Jun 13, 2014
Ben Folds kicks off Pittsburgh Symphony's summer season
2. The symphony offered a similarly diverse lineup of music last summer and found it was popular.
A triple play: Northrop, the Minnesota Orchestra and the 1812 Overture
The performance Tchaikovsky sought never happened, at least not until an innovative new recording company, a Midwest orchestra and an enterprising conductor teamed up almost 75 years later, starting in Northrop Auditorium.
Gelsey Kirkland Ballet to Present the Sleeping Beauty at Marinsky Theatre, 5/16-17
Gelsey Kirkland Ballet, under the artistic direction of Gelsey Kirkland and Michael Chernov, presents The Sleeping Beauty, one of the most beloved and famous ballets in the classical repertoire.
State-Censored Sex Drives
A biography of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and the saga of Monica Samille Lewinsky collided in playwright John W. Lowell's mind to create "The Letters," a play first heard at a San Francisco playwrights' workshop 15 years ago and that is now receiving its first professional Bay Area production thanks to Aurora Theatre.
April will end with a busy Sunday rich in diversity
I have to confess some relief in finding that the end of this month would not require another " busy weekend " review of options.