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  • Allentown's Mayfair: After ramping up visual arts, fest building a "sound" foundation this year

    Allentown's Mayfair: After ramping up visual arts, fest building a "sound" foundation this year
    When Allentown’s Mayfair reinvented itself by moving from the city’s often soggy Cedar Creek Park to Allentown Fairgrounds two years ago, the festival focused on reviving the visual arts part of its offerings, especially since the new location...
  • TICKET BOX: Dr. Dog at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, Dave Mason's Traffic Jam at Penn's Peak, Morrissey at the Academy of Music among 35 new shows

    TICKET BOX: Dr. Dog at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, Dave Mason's Traffic Jam at Penn's Peak, Morrissey at the Academy of Music among 35 new shows
    Welcome to Lehigh Valley Music's Ticket Box, listing new shows on sale. Dr. Dog at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, Dave Mason's Traffic Jam at Penn's Peak, Morrissey at the Academy of Music and Jeff Daniels at Sellersville Theater are among 35 concerts for...
  • HSO, Nutmeg Ballet Collaboration Creates Engaging Night Of Music

    HSO, Nutmeg Ballet Collaboration Creates Engaging Night Of Music
    When orchestral music and dance are combined in concert-style programs there are unique challenges for dancers and musicians alike. Musicians need to modify tempos on the fly, and the music needs to stretch suddenly to accommodate physical movement...
  • Samba Fest: A Day Of Brazilian Culture, Music, Food

    Samba Fest: A Day Of Brazilian Culture, Music, Food
    Samba Fest's return to Mortensen Riverfront Plaza on Saturday, May 2, doesn't just signal a ninth consecutive year of Brazilian music and culture in downtown Hartford: It also marks the beginning of another much-needed downtown festival season. "We're...
  • The Songs Of Pink Floyd To Inaugurate New Haven's College Street Music Hall

    The Songs Of Pink Floyd To Inaugurate New Haven's College Street Music Hall
    How do you launch a new venue from the ashes of a venerable old one? With epic arena-rock, performed by as many top-shelf musicians as you can fit on a stage. Add lasers and smoke, and shake vigorously. Pink Floyd tribute the Machine — drummer/...
  • First Half Of HSO Beethoven & Mozart Program Outshines Second Half

    First Half Of HSO Beethoven & Mozart Program Outshines Second Half
    In an event that ran the extremes from blazing to "not," the Hartford Symphony Orchestra continued its 2014-2015 Masterworks Series in the Belding Theater at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts Thursday, May 7 night. The program, "Beethoven &...
  • Concerts Under The Stars, Summer Festivals For Classical Fans

    Concerts Under The Stars, Summer Festivals For Classical Fans
    Live classical music during the summer is a unique kind of celebration: the physical motions and intensities of performance, settings that are either outdoors or in pleasantly cooled interiors, and an audience in a relaxed mood. Here is a list of events...
  • Haitink's insights make for memorable Mahler with CSO

     Haitink's insights make for memorable Mahler with CSO
    For a work that for many years was the least-often performed of Gustav Mahler's nine completed symphonies, the Seventh Symphony has turned up with surprising regularity here, there and just about everywhere in the classical world. Pierre Boulez ventured...
  • South Florida LGBT radio show moves to another station, expands

    South Florida LGBT radio show moves to another station, expands
    A weekly radio show that co-host and producer Tom Hantzarides likens to "a gay 'TODAY' show" debuted April 7 on 1230 WBZT, an iHeartMedia AM talk station based in West Palm Beach. The show, called "GET OUT! South Florida," airs between 7 and 8 p.m....
  • 'Mad Hatter Luncheon' raises $15,000 for Lake Forest Symphony

    'Mad Hatter Luncheon' raises $15,000 for Lake Forest Symphony
    Some 132 guests enjoyed luncheon and a book review at the Lake Forest Symphony Guild's "Mad Hatter Luncheon" April 23. 'Mad Hatter Luncheon' Hosted by: Lake Forest Symphony Guild Benefiting: Lake Forest Symphony Orchestra Location: Onwentsia Club,...
  • Community Digest

    Fun flea market Odenton Masonic Lodge, 1206 Stehlik Drive, will host an open house and flea market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m .Saturday. There will be children's activities, flea market tables, food and fun. This also is an opportunity to find out more...