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Music CriticBasking in the popularity of Gustavo Dudamel, the Los Angeles Philharmonic used an online press conference Tuesday morning to announce that that -- unlike most recession-weary arts organizations -- it will hold the course. The orchestra's 2010-11...
Tags: Olivier Messiaen, Natalie Cole, Lincoln Center, Music, Concerts
Pop & HissThe daughter of Ravi conducts the orchestra in a program of traditional and modern Indian music. Perhaps some credit should go to the Oscar-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire" for the near-capacity crowd on hand for the India Calling! event Sunday night......
Maestro Ali Akbar Khan, the master Indian musician and composer who was a pivotal figure in introducing the music of his homeland to the West, has died. He was 87. The legendary sarod player and teacher died of kidney failure Thursday night at his home...
Adele can't contain herself. Nothing new there. The hot young British soul singer is, by her own account, "pretty mouthy." But learning that she will share the bill with her idol, Etta James, at the Hollywood Bowl next Sunday has sent her over the moon....
The Hero Complex"ALICE IN WONDERLAND": 27 DAYS Are you ready for a trip down the rabbit hole? Tim Burton, Johnny Depp and Disney are adding a strange new chapter to the Lewis Carroll classic with "Alice in Wonderland," a film that presents......
Culture MonsterThe Pacific Symphony said Tuesday that its 2010-11 season is set to begin Sept. 23 and will include appearances by musicians Lang Lang, Pinchas Zukerman, Yuja Wang and Kirill Gerstein. In addition, the season will feature a special set of......
The Hero ComplexAs "Avatar" seems to have brought 3-D out of the woodwork, so too has "Alice in Wonderland" caused the many filmed versions of Lewis Carroll's adventurous novel to resurface. DVD specialist Dennis Lim wrote a Sunday Calendar story summarizing some......
Tribune Media ServicesPhil Collen doesn't need a chauffeur. After finishing an interview at a Los Angeles radio station, he jumps behind the wheel of his own car, gets directions and heads onto I-405. "I love living in California," says the guitarist for the British band Def...
Bud Shank, the alto saxophonist who was a key figure in the West Coast jazz scene of the 1950s, has died. He was 82. Shank died Thursday night at his home in Tucson of pulmonary failure, friends said. A versatile musician with an adventurous nature,...
Times Staff WriterOBSESSIONS come in degrees. If you're lucky, whatever you love will prove deep enough to hold your interest all of your life. If you're determined, you'll find a way to make a living in the pursuit of it so that there is no troublesome boundary between...
Tags: Miles Davis, Recording Studios, Furniture, Cuba, Theater
Times Staff WriterIn the summer of 1955, "Stravinsky scarcely moved from Wetherly Drive," writes Stephen Walsh in the newly published second volume of his biography of the composer. Stravinsky scarcely moved because his arthritis was acting up and because he had music to...
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