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The Toledo Symphony is pleased to announce the fifth and final concert in its Simple Gifts Concert Series, presented in collaboration with the Black Swamp Conservancy and Friends of Goll Homestead.
Kurt Chrisman, a retired Piedra Vista High School and Mesa View Middle School orchestra teacher, was hired as the director of the youth orchestra.
This summer, singer-songwriter Josh Groban carved out two weeks for an orchestral tour of East Coast amphitheaters.
A violinist in the Westchester County Philharmonic was found dead in her Westfield, N.Y., home on Wednesday, Aug. 20, according to the Buffalo News.
Toni Paz, left, and David Pierson stand in the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013.
An Erie, PA man is charged with murder outside of a Toledo, Ohio strip club early Thursday morning.
The Nashville Symphony will lose its chief operating officer to Arizona in November Mark Blakeman has been named president and CEO of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, NashvillePost reports.
Masterworks of Oakville is inviting community members to audition to join their performing arts group for the upcoming 2014-2015 season.
I've always considered the high end to be industrial art. People who favor a certain brand are saying, in a way, "I like that designer's interpretation.
Metaphors abound in discussing work-life balance, starting, of course, with a weight scale.
Swing with the Strings is Sunday and acts as a season ticket release party. season begins in September.
A group of talented musicians, arrangers, and composers will celebrate the music of the first Sailor Moon TV anime series will be in New York City in time for New York Comic Con.
Opening Night of Wilmington Symphony's 2014-15 Masterworks Season, showcases Mozart's delightfully lyrical Concerto for Flute and Harp , featuring Christina Brier , and Mary Jo White , and Carl Nielsen's Symphony No.
In April of 2010, Rhodes College hosted Alex Ross, the music critic for the New Yorker and author of the book and blog The Rest Is Noise .
The Redlands Symphony will perform Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 with soloist Rufus Choi, as well as Beethoven's Symphony No.
Verdine White, left, performs with Philip Bailey and Ralph Johnson of Earth, Wind and Fire: "I don't think anybody has gone through different genres as successfully as we have," White says.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 05:14 am
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