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  • Retiring Michael Curry will continue to shape the Hampton arts scene

    Retiring Michael Curry will continue to shape the Hampton arts scene
    Michael Curry retires this weekend as director of the Hampton Arts Commission. Since he came to the City of Hampton in April 1988, Curry has been responsible for the growth and programming of The American Theatre and the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center.
  • Music review: Bramwell Tovey, Andre Watts with the L.A. Phil at Disney Hall

    Guest conductor Bramwell Tovey and the Los Angeles Philharmonic welcomed their Walt Disney Concert Hall audience back from the holidays Thursday with in-your-face renditions of two massive works: the rarely played “London” Symphony of Ralph Vaughan...

    Orlando Philharmonic concert marks concertmaster’s solo debut

    Here's the scoop on this Saturday's Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra concert: WHAT: The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra’s new concertmaster, Yuriy Bekker (pictured), makes his solo debut in Saturday’s “Myth and Poetry” concert. Bekke

    A touching, soaring night at Orlando Philharmonic’s ‘Myth & Poetry’

    Saturday night's “Myth & Poetry” concert by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra had a very touching opening. The concert marked the solo debut of the Orlando Philharmonic's new concertmaster, Yuriy Bekker, but more emotional was the first...

    Review: Keith Lockhart conducts BBC Concert Orchestra for Festival of Orchestras

    My colleague Jim Abbott and I enjoyed the season-opening concert for the Festival of Orchestras. Here's Jim's review: By Jim Abbott, Orlando Sentinel Music Critic You can take the orchestra out of its homeland, but the musical roots remain. On Friday, the