RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Culture

A collection of news and information related to Culture published by this site and its partners.

Top Culture Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • BSO to host open house to celebrate new music director

    The Boston Symphony Orchestra is hosting a free open house to celebrate new music director Adris Nelsons. Nelsons will lead the BSO and Tanglewood Festival Chorus in a free performance during the open house Sunday afternoon at Symphony Hall. He will also...
  • BSO offers brilliant Flute Concerto by Kevin Puts on program with Russian favorites

    BSO offers brilliant Flute Concerto by Kevin Puts on program with Russian favorites
    The latest Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program mixes Russian favorites with the 2013 Flute Concert by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts to create quite an eventful experience. Puts, a Peabody Institute faculty member with a major career,...
  • Highland Christian Academy 'Makes a Difference' in Elgin

    Highland Christian Academy, 2250 W. Highland Avenue in Elgin, celebrating 31 years of ministry to children and their families in the Fox Valley area, welcomed more than 400 guests to their 5th annual "Make a Difference Banquet" at The Seville in...
  • 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...
  • List of architects for Chicago Biennial begins to take shape

    List of architects for Chicago Biennial begins to take shape
    Emphasizing fresh faces and ideas instead of star architects and their familiar styles, organizers of the fledgling Chicago Architecture Biennial on Tuesday announced their first list of participating architects and artists as well as a $1 million gift...
  • Turkish pianist, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra shine in buoyant collaboration

    Turkish pianist, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra shine in buoyant collaboration
    Composer and pianist Fazil Say has nurtured a reputation for merging of jazz and improvisation with classical artistry. That unique sensibility, coupled with music inspired by his own Turkish homeland, informed his buoyant collaboration with the Orpheus...
  • 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...
  • L.A. Phil, Pasadena Playhouse get big grants to reach new audiences

    L.A. Phil, Pasadena Playhouse get big grants to reach new audiences
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic, Pasadena Playhouse and La Jolla Playhouse will get a collective boost of $1,425,000 for their efforts to mint new fans in the coming two years, and they've qualified for a second round of grants to carry the effort into 2019....
  • HSO Conductor Carolyn Kuan Signs New Six-Year Contract

    HSO Conductor Carolyn Kuan Signs New Six-Year Contract
    When Carolyn Kuan auditioned for the Hartford Symphony Orchestra five years ago, the organization was convinced she was a winner, naming her its tenth music director. And it looks like that creative collaboration will continue. Kuan and the HSO have...
  • Top pop concerts coming to Hampton Roads

    Top pop concerts coming to Hampton Roads
    As the weather starts to warm up, the local amphitheaters and outdoor festivals start to announce their musical lineups. That information has been trickling out in local weeks, along with shows coming to local arenas and theaters. A lot of those concert...
  • Men in the kitchen fill stomachs, coffers for African-American culture center

    County Executive Allan Kittleman plans to make pulled pork for a popular food tasting event next weekend, taking a break from the Mexican casserole he used to prepare as a state senator. Ken Ulman always brought homemade crab dip to the event when he was...