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Art Music (genre)

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  • A 'classical revolution' is spreading in Baltimore

    A 'classical revolution' is spreading in Baltimore
    It was a quiet night for a revolution. People at the bar in Joe Squared Station North sat huddled over drinks and conversations. Folks occasionally strolled in to pick up pizza orders or headed to dining tables in the back. Few even glanced at the...
  • Book review: 'Frank: The Voice' by James Kaplan

    Book review: 'Frank: The Voice' by James Kaplan
    Some years ago, I shared a barber with the late Mel Tormé. It was a small, low-key shop where the talk was usually sports and the music on the radio was always jazz or vocals from the American Songbook. One morning, Tormé and I found ourselves pausing...
  • Dispatch from New York: John Lennon and Karlheinz Stockhausen, together at last

     
    When I tell you that "1969," an evening of music, video and theater performed Thursday at the Zankel Hall in New York, and based on the prospect that John Lennon and iconoclastic German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen planned to stage a......
  • Local Soundtrack: Stanley Schumacher clever, creative and out there in 'Way Cool'

     
    By Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call "Way Cool" by Stanley Schumacher and The Music Now Ensemble Musikmacher Productions MM005 “Way Cool,” Stanley Schumacher and the Music Now Ensemble’s fifth recording, finds this avant-garde...
  • Prince Poppycock to perform at Parliament House

     
    Flamboyant singer Prince Poppycock, of “America's Got Talent” fame, will perform at Orlando's Parliament House Resort on Saturday, July 2. Prince Poppycock, with his outrageous attire, dramatically staged shows and over-the-top persona is as...
  • Fifteen suppositions from John Maus on art, music, blowing up cities on film and Ariel Pink

     
    John Maus, the synthpunk artist based in Minnesota, is a thinking man’s musician, spouting off theory gleaned from his years studying music composition at CalArts and politics and aesthetics at the European Graduate School, where both filmmaker Atom...
  • Influences: Composer Philip Glass

     
    Composer Philip Glass talks about his major influences....
  • Music education can and must survive in tough times

    Music education can and must survive in tough times
    Can music education programs survive and prosper in today's economic climate? The answer is yes, if … There are many variables contributing to that conclusion, and when a certain number of them combine, a positive outcome is sure to result. To...
  • Franchot's wrong chord

     Franchot's wrong chord
    If nothing else, state Comptroller Peter Franchot's objection to Bowie State University's purchase of 32 new Steinway pianos for the $79 million new performing arts center it will open next year shows the state's top financial watchdog has a tin ear for...
  • John Lennon Bus Tour: Educational bus makes stop at Molina High in Dallas

    John Lennon Bus Tour: Educational bus makes stop at Molina High in Dallas
    The world lost John Lennon more than 30 years ago but, fortunately, his legacy is still on tour. The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus made a stop at Moises E. Molina High School in Dallas today, giving students a look at a state-of-the-art music and video...
  • Learning to live with the 'usual slow spots'

    About nine months into a regular commuting routine, and I've become familiar with what the radio traffic reporters call the "usual slow spots." The main one for me, as it is for many folks reading this, is on I-95 from roughly White Marsh (but...