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  • BSO receives $400,000 grant from Wallace Foundation for new concert series

    BSO receives $400,000 grant from Wallace Foundation for new concert series
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's recent announcement of its 2015-2016 centennial season included news of an intriguing concert series that will bring together ensembles of BSO players and indie rock groups. This week came the news of key funding for the...
  • Chicago theaters receive large grant for audience-building

    Chicago theaters receive large grant for audience-building
    The Goodman Theatre, Lyric Opera, Steppenwolf Theatre Company and Victory Gardens Theater are among twenty-six national recipients sharing a single $52 million dollar grant, it was announced on Wednesday. The grant, given by the Wallace Foundation, is...
  • Thursday: Fiddler Eileen Ivers presents 'Beyond the Bog Road' multimedia concert at Miller Symphony Hall

    Thursday: Fiddler Eileen Ivers presents 'Beyond the Bog Road' multimedia concert at Miller Symphony Hall
    Grammy Award-winning fiddler Eileen Ivers, along with her ensemble, will present "Beyond the Bog Road," a multimedia concert celebrating the journey of the Irish immigrant, 7 p.m. Thursday at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall. Ivers, who has guest...
  • Beijing film festival: Marco Mueller back where his love of film began

    Beijing film festival: Marco Mueller back where his love of film began
    Marco Mueller, the former director of the Rotterdam, Locarno, Venice and Rome film festivals, is serving as a special advisor to the Beijing International Film Festival this year, programming the competition slate. The fifth annual event starts Thursday....
  • When community service becomes a 16-day music festival

     When community service becomes a 16-day music festival
    Over the next three weeks, one of the Midwest's and the nation's leading music schools is kicking up its commitment to community service a couple of notches. Make that 125 notches. That's the number of informal concerts students and faculty of the...
  • Ars Viva Symphony disbanding after 20 years

    Ars Viva Symphony disbanding after 20 years
    The Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra, founded 20 seasons ago by conductor Alan Heatherington, will play its final concert May 17. Maestro Heatherington, a Libertyville resident, made the announcement at the Ars Viva's Sunday afternoon concert April 12 at the...
  • Beijing hopes European film buff will raise festival profile

    The veteran European festival chief that Beijing hopes will raise the profile of its annual film event says his passion for movies stems from trips to China that started during the Cultural Revolution. Marco Mueller's latest of more than 100 trips to...
  • Thumbs Up For Carolyn Kuan, Hartford Symphony

    Thumbs up to Hartford Symphony for signing Carolyn Kuan for six more years as music director. And thumbs up to Maestra Kuan for her commitment to Greater Hartford. Symphony board president James Remis is right about her "tireless creative energy." The...
  • Spirited Violin show comes to Bethel Church

     Spirited Violin show comes to Bethel Church
    Violinist David Taylor comes to the Auditorium at the Bethel Church in Crown Point on April 17 for a performance entitled, "Spirited Violin." The performance is presented by the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra and Tammie Miller, marketing...
  • Review: Allentown Symphony welcomes spring with majestic Beethoven's Ninth

    Review: Allentown Symphony welcomes spring with majestic Beethoven's Ninth
    Spring came in a special way Saturday and Sunday for the Allentown Symphony, as it presented Beethoven's Symphony Number Nine and other works, including the premiere of a fanfare by its conductor. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, along with his Fifth, are...
  • Review: Bach Choir, Lehigh University Philharmonic concert is joyful and rousing

    Review: Bach Choir, Lehigh University Philharmonic concert is joyful and rousing
    It's a good thing Baker Hall, in Zoellner Arts Center on the Lehigh University campus, has a big stage. There was little room to spare Friday night when the Lehigh University Philharmonic was joined by nearly 200 singers from the Bach Choir of Bethlehem,...