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  • Lehigh Valley Classical Guitar Festival returns

    The Lehigh Valley Classical Guitar festival returns to Peter Hall on the Moravian College campus in Bethlehem June 28 for a day of recitals, workshops, master classes and concerts. This will be the second year the festival is under the direction of...
  • Redchairproject.com expanded, reborn as OrlandoAtPlay.com

    Redchairproject.com expanded, reborn as OrlandoAtPlay.com
    If you're looking for date-night fun, United Arts of Central Florida hopes it has just the ticket. Primarily known for its fundraising and grant giving, United Arts on Tuesday unveiled a new website designed to make it easier for Central Floridians to...
  • Lisandro Alonso Named Lincoln Center Filmmaker in Residence

    Argentine director Lisandro Alonso will be the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Jaeger-LeCoultre's 2014 Filmmaker in Residence. A minimalist filmmaker whose narrative work has a documentary-like aesthetic, Alonso's most recent film was "Jauja" with...
  • Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown redoing its view from the top

     
    Several of the original narrow, wooden seats in the balcony at Allentown’s Miller Symphony Hall have a curious feature: wire racks underneath for men to store their hats. That was convenient shortly after the turn of the 20th century, when......
  • Reviews: Opera Theatre of St. Louis spring season

    Reviews: Opera Theatre of St. Louis spring season
    WEBSTER GROVES, MO. – These days, it seems that everything is an opera festival simply because the people who operate and sell a given enterprise say it is. The Opera Theatre of St. Louis, which completed its 39th spring season over the weekend at...
  • Deborah Rutter looks back at 11 years leading the CSO

    Deborah Rutter looks back at 11 years leading the CSO
    On Monday, one month shy of serving 11 years as president of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association, Deborah F. Rutter will step down from her position to take on another high-profile managerial post, that of president of the John F. Kennedy Center...
  • Orlando Philharmonic joins city's 4th of July fireworks

     Orlando Philharmonic joins city's 4<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> of July fireworks
    For the first time, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra will provide accompaniment to the city's traditional "Fireworks at the Fountain" in downtown's Lake Eola Park this July 4. "When the Downtown Development Board approached us, we were deeply...
  • Taking the Kids -- to 6 new places and experience a special July Fourth

    Taking the Kids -- to 6 new places and experience a special July Fourth
    Bam! The crowd sitting on the stone walls and sprawled on the beach ooh and aah as the July Fourth fireworks go off over the water in Kennebunkport, Maine. "It's still got old-fashioned charm here," said Bostonian Liz Daily Ortega, vacationing with...
  • Hollywood Bowl to use light signaling system in women's restrooms

    Hollywood Bowl to use light signaling system in women's restrooms
    Hollywood Bowl operators wondered if there was a way to end long summertime lines at their six women's restrooms. "Can do," replied former Bowl stage manager Todd Bermann, who was hired to come up with a solution. Bermann was a teenager 38 years ago...
  • Concert Review: Grant Park Orchestra performs Elgar's First

    Concert Review: Grant Park Orchestra performs Elgar's First
    In a few days we'll observe the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the incident that brought about the cataclysm of World War I. Austrian writer Stefan Zweig called the period from just before the war –...
  • Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance debuts arts site

    Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance debuts arts site
    The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance on Friday introduced CultureFly.org, a new site to promote Baltimore-area arts organizations. The site features event, attraction and dining listings, recommendations and discounts. It's scalable to various user...