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  • Local student hitting high notes in senior year at Frostburg

    Laura Fehle, of New Windsor, was scheduled to present her senior soprano recital Nov. 13 at 3 p.m. in the Pealer Recital Hall of the Performing Arts Center at Frostburg State University, where she is a senior in the music department. Fehle will be...
  • Concert review: Orlando Philharmonic's 'American Voices'

    Concert review: Orlando Philharmonic's 'American Voices'
    To evoke a person's soul, sometimes even the best words must give way to music, as shown in the world premiere of "Zora! We're Calling You!" Saturday night. The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra debuted "Zora! We're Calling You," a commissioned work that...
  • BSO takes a new approach to the holidays

    BSO takes a new approach to the holidays
    A bevy of Santas will not tap-dance their way into Rockette-style formations onstage to help the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra celebrate the Christmas season this year. That cute tradition, and the rest of the Holiday Spectacular presented by the BSO...
  • Travel with a classic touch, and a picnic blanket, to Massachusetts' Tanglewood

     Travel with a classic touch, and a picnic blanket, to Massachusetts' Tanglewood
    Lenox, Mass. — Travelers come to the Berkshires in western Massachusetts for the mountains and the museums, the camping and the theater, the just-off-the-boil summer days that fade into cool evenings and single-blanket nights. But most of all they...
  • Columbia Orchestra goes the American way

    Columbia Orchestra goes the American way
    European composers still tend to dominate most classical music programs in the United States, but the Columbia Orchestra makes a case for our country in a program titled "American Inspirations." Some of that American music is freshly minted, too, in...
  • Eighth blackbird lands at Ojai Music Festival

    The Ojai Music Festival has a long tradition of picking some of the era's most important artists to serve as its music director, a position that rotates annually. But though the festival has sometimes chosen more than one person at a time for the job,...
  • Gustavo Dudamel: Welcome to his world

    Gustavo Dudamel: Welcome to his world
    A certain word tumbles frequently from Gustavo Dudamel's lips these days: marvelous, or maravilloso in his native Spanish. Ask him about the weeks he spent in L.A. last fall, when he formally took up the reins as 11th music director of the Los Angeles...
  • At a time of economic turmoil, L.A. Phil wraps itself in Americana

    At a time of economic turmoil, L.A. Phil wraps itself in Americana
    There were several threads tying together Miguel Harth-Bedoya's program with the Los Angeles Philharmonic on Thursday night. All three works -- by an American, a Mexican and an Englishman -- were written in North America within a six-year span, 1939...
  • Guarneri String Quartet and Johannes String Quartet at the Samueli Theater

    Guarneri String Quartet and Johannes String Quartet at the Samueli Theater
    Were it a car, the Guarneri String Quartet would be a 1964 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III. Only so luxurious a touring vehicle can serve as an analogy to an ensemble with an ultra-plush, million-dollar tone. It has to be a tasteful Rolls, moreover, not some...
  • David Benoit: All that jazz and more

    David Benoit: All that jazz and more
    It was not the kind of thing that happened to him very often -- at least not back then. Three decades ago, David Benoit was a Los Angeles jazz pianist in his 20s, with two albums on a small label. He played birthdays, bar mitzvahs and small nightclubs as...
  • Speak, memory

    Speak, memory
    In the early stages of writing my memoir "Slow Motion," I packed my bags and prepared to spend a month at Yaddo, an artists' community in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. I had never been to Yaddo before and was feeling intimidated. James Baldwin, Truman Capote and...