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  • Austrian pianist headlines 3-day event

    Austrian pianist headlines 3-day event
    Transforming lives is the theme of Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra's Power of Music Festival. Pianist Lisa Smirnova, who headlines the April 10 to 12 event in Frankfort and Chicago Heights, said she can relate to that. "Music allows (us) to discover...
  • Tribes face hurdles, cultural concerns, with federal foster care

    WASHINGTON When the federal government opened foster care assistance to Native American tribes in 2008, more than 80 expressed interest in the program. By 2014, however, just 27 tribes had applied and only five had been approved for the federal program,...
  • Dance Companies Join HSO For 'Sleeping Beauty,' 'Danse Macabre'

    Dance Companies Join HSO For 'Sleeping Beauty,' 'Danse Macabre'
    Two Connecticut dance companies join the Hartford Symphony Orchestra for four performances that run April 9 to 12: Tchaikovsky's "Sleeping Beauty" and Saint-Saƫns' eerie "Danse Macabre." Two Connecticut dance companies join the Hartford Symphony...
  • Teens excel with Florida Youth Orchestra

    Teens excel with Florida Youth Orchestra
    Shiri Abramson and Liana Hoffman are two Jewish teens who display their love of music by playing five concerts each year with the Florida Youth Orchestra. Since being founding in 1988, the Florida Youth Orchestra has given Abramson, Hoffman and other...
  • April Happenings Around Greater Hartford

    April Happenings Around Greater Hartford
    April is such an optimistic month, full of the promise of spring and the coming summer. This one is particularly filled with entertainment options that will make you grab your calendar and call friends. Battle Of The Titans The Break Thru Music Battle...
  • Gustavo Dudamel 'very happy' with decision to stay in L.A.

    Gustavo Dudamel 'very happy' with decision to stay in L.A.
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic arrived Friday needing its spirits lifted. The flight from Seoul, the last leg of an Asia tour that began in Hong Kong a week earlier, was delayed. The bus ride from Narita airport to the Tokyo hotel meant a couple of more...
  • Glen Burnie West: Local churches busy with activities leading up to Easter

    Glen Burnie West: Local churches busy with activities leading up to Easter
    The focus at most Glen Burnie churches this week is on special Holy Week services. Services and activities planned through the weekend follow. Easter Sunday listings are listed elsewhere in today's publication: •Ferndale United Methodist Church...
  • Greater New Haven Spring Arts Preview

    Greater New Haven Spring Arts Preview
    We have been waiting way too long for spring this year. After a winter when "going out" meant shoveling and deicing, it's time to rush to lush outdoor pastures and bask in the warmth. Several big annual outdoor festivals are happy to oblige you. The May...
  • Michigan Avenue south of river coming into its own

    Michigan Avenue south of river coming into its own
    Michigan Avenue south of the river, long an afterthought to glitzy Magnificent Mile, has been buzzing with construction as new apartments, hotels and restaurants start to pour into a corridor previously dominated by souvenir and sports fan shops. "I...
  • Entertainment Announcements: Karrnnell and trio, Anne Arundel Community Concert Association, Brothers on the Battlefield, South County Concert Association, AACC student art show, 'Rising Stars,' young artists competition, Londontowne Symphony Orchestra, Annapolis Chorale,

    Annapolis Chorale The Annapolis Chorale concludes its 2014-2015 season with the regional premiere of composer Karl Jenkins' "Gloria" at 7:30 p.m. April 10 and 8 p.m. April 11 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase St. Music Director J. Ernest...
  • Schuh fund gave $184K to nonprofits

    Schuh fund gave $184K to nonprofits
    Spending thousands of dollars of his own money while running for county executive didn't bring Steve Schuh's charitable giving to a halt last year. During the months leading up to the 2014 election, he gave away over $184,000. Checks went to a variety...