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When is following Twitter during a classical concert not considered rude? How about when the orchestra expressly asks you to? The Costa Mesa-based Pacific Symphony is requesting that patrons break with the rules of concert decorum on Saturday by...
March 21-- The Hinsdale-based West Suburban Symphony Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of internationally acclaimed conductor Peter Lipari, presents Songs and Dances, a concert of popular American music, at 4 p.m. at Union Church, 137 Garfield Avenue,...
Tags: Music, Dance, Scott Joplin, Credit and Debt, Samuel Barber
The Virginia Arts Festival brings in an important lineup of international performers each year. Working almost behind the scenes is another festival event helping to produce the next generation of composers. The John Duffy Composers Institute held during...
Times Staff Writer"Discover Mexico" was the touristy title of the first concert in the Pacific Symphony's festival of Mexican music, "Los Sonidos de México," Sunday afternoon at the Irvine Barclay Theatre. "Notice Mexico" might be more like it. In fact, Mexican music is...
In addition to the traditional marches and flourishes from a military band, the inaugural ceremony included two remarkable musical interludes. The first was provided by Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, whose dynamic, gospel-inflected delivery of "My...
The SwampPresident-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, arrive for the Obama Inauguration Celebration on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., Sunday January 18, 2009. (Brian Baer/Sacramento Bee/MCT) by Frank James and Jill Zuckman Joined by...
The Swampby Mark Silva A long day of homages to Abraham Lincoln has begun in Washington, where President Barack Obama joined a celebration of the union-saving president's 200th birthday, and will close in Springfield, Ill., where Obama will attend a dinner......
The Hartford CourantWhen Michael Hogan was brainstorming for music for his inauguration as the University of Connecticut's new president this Sunday, he wanted to make sure the ceremony wasn't too stodgy. So he suggested a popular 1970s hit with its "Jeremiah-was-a-...
Tribune music criticThe Chicago Symphony Orchestra has featured some unlikely soloists in its 110 seasons but, it is safe to assume, none as unlikely as the Little Tramp himself, Charlie Chaplin. With his trademark bowler hat and lopsided gait, the Little Tramp waddled...
Tribune Music CriticTuesday marks the 100th anniversary of Aaron Cop- land's birth, but the celebration has been going strong all year and no doubt will continue well into 2001. Last weekend the Chicago Humanities Festival XI did its part, presenting two sold-out...
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