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  • Pop culture film series at Civic Theatre

    Pop culture film series at Civic Theatre
    The 1960s was a decade known for an explosion of pop art and pop music that we're still enjoying generations later. The decade also brought many classic films that have stood the test of time. The Allentown Art Museum is hosting exhibits of pop art by...
  • Metropolitan Opera braces for 'Death of Klinghoffer' opening

    As the Metropolitan Opera prepares to open "The Death of Klinghoffer" next week, the venerated New York institution has found itself in a media frenzy over the controversial John Adams opera. With protests expected on opening night, the Met is bracing...
  • Kennedy Center president outlines her vision for linking arts, communities

    WASHINGTON After an illustrious career heading orchestras in Chicago, Seattle and Los Angeles, Deborah Rutter is now in the glare of the national spotlight as the new president and the first woman to lead the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing...
  • Book review: Cary Elwes relives 'The Princess Bride' in 'As You Wish'

    Book review: Cary Elwes relives 'The Princess Bride' in 'As You Wish'
    SPOILER ALERT: This book review may contain spoilers for the film “The Princess Bride,” so if you haven’t seen it ... what are you waiting for? Go watch it. “As You Wish” by Cary Elwes and Joe Layden 3.5 stars out of 4...
  • U.S premiere of space-inspired work for orchestra and iPads

     U.S premiere of space-inspired work for orchestra and iPads
    Talk about out of this world. Inspired by the NASA's Voyager program, which launched two unmanned space probes in 1977, English composer Warren Greveson has created a new work titled "Voyager." Truly a product of the modern age, Greveson scored the...
  • Review: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra with Cirque de la Symphonie

    Review: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra with Cirque de la Symphonie
    A new recorded preshow announcement at the Bob Carr Theater explains that the venue is now run by the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and politely reminds patrons to turn off their cell phones. Based on the flickering phone screens I...
  • In Jim Thorpe: Orchestra plays music for silent films

    In Jim Thorpe: Orchestra plays music for silent films
    Experience the sights (and sounds) of the early 1900s silent film era. Paragon Ragtime Orchestra performs music in sync with various silent films 6-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12 at Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe. Presented by JTAMS Productions, "The...
  • Dudamel, L.A. Phil scale down amid Andsnes' elegant Beethoven

     Dudamel, L.A. Phil scale down amid Andsnes' elegant Beethoven
    Three years ago the Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes began a "Beethoven Journey," a four-year project devoted to performing and exploring Beethoven's music for piano and orchestra. He has toured and recorded the five piano concertos and Choral Fantasy,...
  • Q&A: Orlando City president Phil Rawlins on stadium groundbreaking, TV deal and more

    Q&A: Orlando City president Phil Rawlins on stadium groundbreaking, TV deal and more
    Orlando City will not begin play in its new soccer-specific stadium until 2016, but the club’s groundbreaking on Thursday represents yet another major milestone for a franchise as it prepares for its start in MLS in March. The club had an...
  • Baltimore schools need a culture shift, residents say [Commentary]

    Baltimore schools need a culture shift, residents say [Commentary]
    As Baltimore City Public Schools began searching last year for a new leader, the Fund for Educational Excellence, a nonprofit working to secure resources needed to improve student achievement in the city schools, recognized that we knew very little...
  • "ImaginOcean" kicks off family series at Miller Symphony Hall

    "ImaginOcean" kicks off family series at Miller Symphony Hall
    “ImaginOcean,” a magical show combining puppets and black light kicks off Miller Symphony Hall’s 2014-2015 Family Series with two performances Sunday. Join fish friends Dorsel, Bubbles and Tank as they go on a treasure hunt in an...