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TribLocal - ElmhurstWith its April 22 concert, "Spiritual Romantics", Elmhurst Choral Union celebrates 60 years of singing. Featured music includes someone who has never appeared in their …...
Culture MonsterCarl St.Clair and the Pacific Symphony find context for Bruckner's Ninth Symphony with help of Nobertine Fathers and organist Paul Jacobs....
We of the Newport-Mesa are a lucky bunch. Players of the world's great classical music come to us. That said, it's always noteworthy when one of greatest orchestras comes to our doorstep. The Vienna Philharmonic — the famed Austrian orchestra...
On Nov. 20, Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts will host the world-renowned Vienna Boys Choir for a holiday concert featuring famous waltzes, medieval chant, classical masterpieces and folk songs from around the world. Founded by Emperor...
She has a heart as big as all of Orange County. Sally Struthers, the talented actress who played "Gloria" in Norman Lear's "All In The Family," has graced the O.C., performing for enthusiastic audiences at the Laguna Playhouse, the Segerstrom Center For...
In 2011 we will not be celebrating a round-numbered anniversary pertaining to Anton Bruckner (1824-96). The music world will be busy feting Liszt (born 200 years ago) or Gustav Mahler (died 100 years ago). Nevertheless, the schedules in Southern...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles-born and -based crime novelist James Ellroy, 62, dissects his lifelong obsession with romantic love leading to his relationship with writer Erika Schickel in "The Hilliker Curse: My Pursuit of Women." Ellroy's new memoir hits bookstores on...
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Special to the Chicago TribuneThe newly anointed Cultural Capitals of Europe for 2009 are Linz, Austria, and Vilnius, Lithuania, both a bit off the continent's prime tourist paths. Separated by the Czech Republic and Poland, these central and northern European cities are near...
Special to The TribuneAnton Bruckner must have learned a lot about composition from his lifelong, devoted study of Mozart's music, but his own music shows no evidence of it; the two Austrian composers are polar opposites in almost every respect. They illustrate a curious thing...
Tribune movie critic4 stars (out of four) A saraband is the name of an erotic court dance and also of a movement in a classical suite-like the piercingly lovely cello suites of Johann Sebastian Bach, a composer much admired by the great 87-year-old Swedish filmmaker...
Tribune music criticSure, Millennium Park is filled with delights for the eye. But music, let's not forget, is the reason the Jay Pritzker Pavilion was built. The Chicago Park District and Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs want folks to enjoy as much good music as...
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