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  • Knight Arts Challenge: People's Choice voting begins

    Knight Arts Challenge: People's Choice voting begins
    Starting Monday, Oct. 20, the public can text their votes to award a favorite cultural organization a $20,000 prize. The Projects space at FAT Village in Fort Lauderdale is the lone Broward County finalist in the running for a Knight Arts Challenge...
  • Pianist Behzod Abduraimov again proves to be a super sub

    Pianist Behzod Abduraimov again proves to be a super sub
    Behzod Abduraimov, the 24-year-old breakout pianist from Uzbekistan, is making a formidable name for himself in Los Angeles through the time-honored means of subbing. In July, he stepped in for Yefim Bronfman at the Hollywood Bowl and made a big...
  • Jump Cut Launches Print Advertising Division, Hires Creative Director (EXCLUSIVE)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Advertising agency Jump Cut is launching a print division and has tapped Brandon Schaefer to be its new creative director. The company specializes in mounting campaigns and designing trailers for indie films and cultural...
  • Concert review: Music of the Baroque season opener

     Concert review: Music of the Baroque season opener
    Music of the Baroque began its season Sunday night at Evanston's Pick-Staiger Concert Hall with a program that held not a single note of Baroque music. Such forays into Classical and Romantic repertory have become more common in recent years, with MOB...
  • Allentown Symphony, conductor win national award

    Allentown Symphony, conductor win national award
    Allentown Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Diane Wittry have been selected winner of the 2014 American Prize, a national award that recognizes best performing artists, ensembles and composers in the United States The orchestra won the prize in...
  • Keith Jarrett and friends revive the standards

    Keith Jarrett and friends revive the standards
    If you believe, as I do, in the enduring value of classic American songwriting, then there was much to treasure in Sunday night's concert by pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette. The widely admired, long-running trio...
  • Review: 'Masterful Mozart' from the Bach Festival Society

    To celebrate its 80th season, the Bach Festival of Society of Winter Park handed out seat cushions at last weekend's "Masterful Mozart" concerts. A cushion is a welcome gift for patrons who sit on old wooden pews in Rollins College's Knowles Chapel...
  • Love is mutual feeling for CSO, Poland

    Love is mutual feeling for CSO, Poland
    WARSAW, Poland — The woman welcoming members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to the Fryderyk Chopin Museum was more than a little happy to see them. “I have been waiting 20 years for you to come to Poland,” Monika Strugala, the...
  • A searing Shostakovich from Jurowski, London orchestra

     A searing Shostakovich from Jurowski, London orchestra
    While the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is away, the visiting orchestras will play. The first touring ensemble to perform at Symphony Center in the CSO's absence was the London Philharmonic Orchestra, appearing in concert on Saturday night under Vladimir...
  • New York's Met Opera braces for 'Death of Klinghoffer' protests

    By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK, Oct 19 (Reuters) - New York's Metropolitan Opera is bracing for its most tumultuous opening in decades on Monday as protesters get ready to picket "The Death of Klinghoffer," the John Adams opera about the 1985 hijacking of...
  • Slam the door on the hate from ‘gamergate’

     
    THE PLAYER On a recent Tuesday evening, more than 50 current and former students of USC’s game design program gathered […]...