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  • For Emmy-Nominated Music Directors, There's Little Room for Error

    Of the five music categories in the Primetime Emmy Awards, the music direction category seems to be the least understood outside music circles. And yet the stakes couldn't be higher, with four of the six nominees live broadcasts. In the case of NBC's...
  • Flying Lotus releases video trailer for 'You're Dead!'

    Flying Lotus releases video trailer for 'You're Dead!'
    Flying Lotus has been hinting at the material on his new album "You're Dead!" for a few days now, revealing the track list and collaborations via images from the artist Shintaro Kago. Now the L.A. beat-music producer has posted a video trailer for the...
  • Baltimore native Kevin Liles is a big hit in music and beyond

    Baltimore native Kevin Liles is a big hit in music and beyond
    NEW YORK CITY— Kevin Liles is riding high. On a bright August afternoon, the Baltimore-born entertainment mogul is ensconced 35 stories above midtown Manhattan, enjoying lunch at one of the city's most exclusive hotels, the Mandarin Oriental....
  • For the record

    Sheriff's investigation: In the Aug. 4 Section A, an article about the Los Angeles County sheriff's inspector general calling for greater access to deputies' personnel records said that interim Sheriff John L. Scott could not be reached for comment. No...
  • Leonard Slatkin is traditional and bracing at Hollywood Bowl

    Leonard Slatkin is traditional and bracing at Hollywood Bowl
    Having served as principal guest conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl a decade ago, Leonard Slatkin knows a little something about the difficulty of trying to move a 2,000-pound gorilla. He had hoped to enliven the L.A. Phil's...
  • An unusual musical cherished more than 'Once'

    An unusual musical cherished more than 'Once'
    In portraying a Czech pixie pianist in the Broadway musical "Once," Dani de Waal has a hard task: playing piano onstage. She has played the instrument for years but never in front of a live audience. Though she found the element particularly...
  • German emigres' effect on U.S. cinema saluted

     German emigres' effect on U.S. cinema saluted
    The United States was a relatively provincial country in the 1930s, and the films coming out of Hollywood reflected this lack of sophistication, even though it was the glamorous center of the movie production world. But the intellectual atmosphere began...
  • Alex Gibney's 'Finding Fela!' finds facts but not feelings

    Alex Gibney's 'Finding Fela!' finds facts but not feelings
    An audacious performer and iconoclast, the Nigerian musician Fela Kuti proves a challenging subject for a conventional documentary. That's a theme of sorts in Alex Gibney's "Finding Fela!," a film that's admirably comprehensive but disappointingly short...
  • Ty Segall pulls out all the stops for 'Manipulator'

    Ty Segall pulls out all the stops for 'Manipulator'
    By the time that Ty Segall hit age 26, he had already recorded and released six solo albums, appeared or collaborated on a dozen or so other albums of frantic guitar rock, issued 20 singles or extended-plays through various record labels, appeared on...
  • Valley Vivaldi concert to feature Allentown classical guitarist Zachary Grim

    The final concert in the summer's popular Valley Vivaldi concert series takes place Sunday at Wesley Church in Bethlehem, with music by Telemann, Corelli, Tartini, Bach and, of course, Vivaldi. Of special note is Vivaldi's Guitar Concerto in D Major,...
  • Philly Folk Festival taps into resurgence, but keeps classic flavor

    At a time when artists such as Mumford and Sons and The Avett Brothers are leading a resurgence in interest in folk music, it seems like the perfect time for the Philadelphia Folk Festival to tap in. And it does for its 53rd annual run Aug. 14-17 at Old...