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  • Datebook

    Sunday, Aug. 31 Patriotic concert The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra will celebrate the 200th anniversary of "The Star-Spangled Banner," at its Lexus Pops in the Park concert at 5:30 p.m. at Quiet Waters Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road in Annapolis....
  • Lehigh Valley Call Board:

    SINGERS FOR ALLENTOWN SYMPHONY CHORUS Auditions will be held for the Allentown Symphony Chorus 6-9 p.m. Oct. 2 and Nov. 6 at Miller Symphony Hall. Openings are available for volunteer chorus members in each voice part. The group will be rehearsing...
  • A little bit of everything

    A little bit of everything
    Pat Benatar is 61 years old, but she can still deliver the goods on stage. One of the top female voices in the classic rock genre, she scored more than a dozen Top 40 hits during the 1980s including standards such as "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and...
  • Europe concert diary: Rattle and Berlin Philharmonic at London Proms

    Europe concert diary: Rattle and Berlin Philharmonic at London Proms
    Simon Rattle conducting the Berlin Philharmonic at the Proms is a big event. The Proms is the world’s largest classical music festival. Friday night was Proms 64 (with 12 to go). The Berlin Philharmonic is long reputed the world’s most...
  • Virginia Symphony continues free outdoor concerts this week

    The unofficial start of the Virginia Symphony season has been in full swing with a terrific lineup of free outdoor concerts throughout Hampton Roads. The series began with four concerts over the Labor Day weekend in Williamsburg, Yorktown, Hampton and...
  • 'Valley Vista' at Cal State Northridge takes a stand for Valley art

    'Valley Vista' at Cal State Northridge takes a stand for Valley art
    The local 7-Eleven is the meeting place, watering hole and cultural center of the San Fernando Valley. At least that's what Valley-raised artist Jeffrey Vallance wrote in a 1985 essay titled "Avenue of the Absurd: Landmarks of the West San Fernando...
  • Monday's Bulletin Board

    Monday Depression Support Group, 10:30 a.m. to noon at 9Muses ArtCenter, 7139 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderhill. Free. Call 954-746-2055. Dwelling Projects: To Puerto Rico and Back, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Main Library, 100 S. Andrews Ave., Fort...
  • Franz Welser-Most abruptly resigns from Vienna State Opera

    Franz Welser-Most abruptly resigns from Vienna State Opera
    Conductor Franz Welser-Möst has abruptly stepped down from his post as music director of the Vienna State Opera, according to a statement from the company Friday. The opera said his unexpected departure, which comes at the start of the new season, is...
  • Trumpeter Davis' vision right on schedule

    Trumpeter Davis' vision right on schedule
    More than a decade ago, Chicago trumpeter Orbert Davis and his longtime business partner, Mark Ingram, embraced a bold idea: Create an orchestra that could merge jazz and classical traditions, an idiom that musicians sometimes call Third Stream. As...
  • Your guide to a rich fall season in jazz

    Your guide to a rich fall season in jazz
    Highlights in a rich fall jazz season: Robert Glasper: The pianist has won a wide following for his R&B work, but Glasper also happens to be a forward-thinking jazz pianist. ThursdaySept. 11 through Sept. 14 at the Jazz Showcase, 806 S. Plymouth Court;...
  • Classical favorites and firsts for fall

    Classical favorites and firsts for fall
    There will be no power vacuum at Symphony Center this fall, once Riccardo Muti has entered the building. All eyes and ears will be on the big boss as he begins his fifth season as music director, his authority undimmed. Muti leads off his fall CSO...