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The Glendale Symphony Orchestra Assn. will kick off its 2010-11 season with a fundraiser that will honor conductor-composer Loris Tjeknavorian, who agreed to be guest conductor for a mid-fall concert. Tjeknavorian will attend the fundraiser from 4 to 7...
Glendale's community arts were elevated on the ladder of excellence when theGlendale Youth Orchestra opened its 22nd season Sunday night at the Alex Theatre. Directed by Brad Keimach, the youngsters, ages 11 through 17, played music by Wolfgang Amadeus...
Familiar Christmas songs and tunes about unrequited love were on the program in a holiday performance offered by the Glendale Renaissance Orchestra earlier this month at the Alex Theatre. The sponsors of the concert, the New West Symphony and Glendale...
World-renowned conductor Loris Tjeknavorian has signed a three-year contract to be principal conductor and music director of the Glendale Symphony Orchestra. The announcement was made during a fundraising gala reception and concert Saturday evening at...
It wasn't the scale of the Sands Bethlehem Event Center's first act — alternative rock band Incubus — or the 3,500 people the nearly sold-out show attracted that had co-owner Tom Schantz pumped up when the venue opened last May. It was the...
Ed Shaughnessy, whose mutton-chop whiskers and swinging rhythms made him one of the most famous drummers in jazz during his nearly three decades with Doc Severinsen's "Tonight Show" band, has died. He was 84. Shaughnessy had a heart attack Friday at his...
Tags: Heart Attack, Garry Moore, Music, George Shearing, Entertainment
DAY TRIPPIN' •Adventure Aquarium, Camden, June 21. $45; $40, children. Friends of the Northampton Area Public Library, 610-262-7537. •Eagles/Carolina pre-season game, Aug. 15. $80. Whitehall-Coplay PTO, Rhonda, 610-266-1995. •"Noah,"...
Tags: Museums, Entertainment, Broadway Theater, Travel, Holidays
The reversal of the Chicago River more than a century ago helped transform a polluted, disease ridden city into a sprawling, modern metropolis. It also wiped out vegetation, sank land masses and triggered flooding along the Illinois River and beyond, as...
Tags: Bodies of Water, Music, Entertainment, Engineering, Culture
Concert music: I'm supposed to embrace it all. As the socially lucky offspring of professional pianists, I have survived music school, performed songs for actual money and worked in radio as well as a critic passionate about today's composers. That...
Tags: Arts and Culture, The New York Times, Music, NPR, Migraine
Lake County resident can relive the old days during a pops concert at 7 p.m. June 7 hosted by Epiphany Celebration Anglican Church is hosting a at the Ferran Park bandshell in downtown Eustis. Members of the church at 1724 S. Bay St., Eustis, will...
Lehigh Valley ParentingAre Freedom High School and Parkland High School the Freddy favorites? The schools tied for the most Freddy Award nominations with 15 - both with big, lavish, operatic-style new musicals. So who do you think will come out on top when the Freddy Awards are...
South Florida is a great place to be someone else. Just ask local impersonators — or tribute artists, as some prefer being called — who make a living posing as a famous face and voice. These lounge lookalikes (and sound-alikes) perform...
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