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  • It's time for Carnegie Hall, and Costa Mesa High choirs are ready

    It's time for Carnegie Hall, and Costa Mesa High choirs are ready
    Students in Costa Mesa High School's Madrigal and Vocal Ensemble choirs are counting down the days until they travel to New York City to perform at Carnegie Hall. "I'd pack my bags and leave for New York today if I could," senior Evan Stechauner said....
  • Painting demo ends art society's season

    Painting demo ends art society's season
    Local artist Laurie Snow Hein's demonstration signaled the finale of The Wellington Art Society's season May 13 at the Bootz Culture Camp in Royal Palm Beach. "We try always to have a demo. It brings people in and it introduces people to new mediums...
  • The Short List: Be More Benefit, Death Fest, Kenny Chesney, more

    The Short List: Be More Benefit, Death Fest, Kenny Chesney, more
    WEDNESDAY: The Metro Gallery’s Be More Benefit may not have Prince, but it does have great local acts Eze Jackson, Wing Dam, Bond St. District, and more performing to raise money for The Baltimore Community Foundation’s city rebuilding effort....
  • Sizzlin' Summer event calendar

    Sizzlin' Summer event calendar
    Music MAY All Time Low. The local pop-punk heroes return home to play a show in support of their sixth album, “Future Hearts.” May 24, 6:30 p.m., Pier Six Concert Pavilion, 731 Eastern Ave., (410) 783-4189, piersixconcertpavilion.com, $22-...
  • Ten new classical albums featuring Chicago talent

    Ten new classical albums featuring Chicago talent
    New albums find Chicago classical musicians, ensembles and composers blazing new artistic paths, moving into unusual areas of the repertory, refusing to be pigeonholed. Here is a sampling of some of the more significant recent releases that reflect this...
  • L.A. Chamber Orchestra ending season on a sunny note

    L.A. Chamber Orchestra ending season on a sunny note
    If what you hear is what you get, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra is ending its season in the best of cheer. Major keys prevailed Sunday night at Royce Hall, where the main music was Mozart's ravishing Piano Concerto No. 21 in the optimistic key of C...
  • Restore arts center funding

    Restore arts center funding
    The Maryland arts community was stunned to learn that Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts was singled out as the only nonprofit to have its funding deleted from the state capital budget ("Hogan snubs Busch with $2M cut," May 15). This capital project...
  • Diversity grows and grows in Skokie Festival of Cultures

    Diversity grows and grows in Skokie Festival of Cultures
    Skokie resident Denise Meuser lifted the jagged, 7-pound slab of dense, pebbled concrete, one side painted with graffiti. Her husband, Stefan, was a student in Berlin studying communications and theater in 1989, when the Berlin Wall came down that had...
  • Plan for popular culture museum fails in Oklahoma Senate

    A $25 million bond proposal for a planned popular culture museum in Tulsa fell one vote short of passage Monday after a state senator said he mistakenly pressed the wrong button on his desk. Meanwhile, the House passed a separate $25 million bond plan to...
  • REVIEW: Reading Symphony Orchestra brings season to joyous close with Dvorak, Glass and Mahler

    REVIEW: Reading Symphony Orchestra brings season to joyous close with Dvorak, Glass and Mahler
    By Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call The Reading Symphony Orchestra ended its 102nd concert season Saturday evening with the crashing symbols, booming bass drum, and jubilant brass choir which mark the triumphant finale of Mahler’s...
  • Community news: South Shore Orchestra features Beethovan

    South Shore Orchestra features Beethoven The South Shore Orchestra will perform the music of Beethoven and Hovhaness for its Opening Night Gala concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 5, at Memorial Opera House, 104 Indiana Ave., Valparaiso. The program...