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  • An Intimate 'La Boheme' In Clinton

    An Intimate 'La Boheme' In Clinton
    The Opera Theater of Connecticut in Clinton revives Giacomo Puccini's "La Boheme," one of the most popular operas in the repertoire, for the third time in its 30-year history. Along with Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" and Verdi's "La Traviata," "Bohème,"...
  • Miami Salsa Congress: capital steps

    Miami Salsa Congress: capital steps
    When Rene Gueits steps on a dance floor and spins with a partner, he feels alive. "It's a feeling like when you buy your first car, and then you want to drive it everywhere and show it off," he says. "It's an amazing feeling." Gueits will have...
  • 'Charlotte Salomon' composer feels her spirit guided him

    SALZBURG Austria (Reuters) - French-American composer Marc-Andre Dalbavie would place the relevant watercolor by Auschwitz victim Charlotte Salomon in front of him while writing his opera based on her short life, so it is no surprise he felt her spirit...
  • Brubeck Quartet Next Up In Free New Haven Green Series

    Brubeck Quartet Next Up In Free New Haven Green Series
    As a composer, Chris Brubeck — bassist, trombone player and the late Dave Brubeck's son — always had an affinity for working with orchestras and exploring the boundaries between classical music and jazz, what Gunther Schuller dubbed the "Third...
  • World music fest adds the actual taste of what people hear

    * Musicians cook for viewers on Womad's Taste the World stage * Stage brings flavours of Iran, Sweden, Cyprus to festivalgoers * Audience take part in live Q&A on music, culture, food By Jan Harvey CHARLTON PARK, England, July 29 (Reuters) - In...
  • Seniors on the Go: 40 Tourist scams? Well, sort of

    A recent posting on Justtheflight.com warned travelers of 40 tourist scams prevalent around the world. Wow -- that's a long checklist. Fortunately, many of the 40 are "variations on a theme," and a comparable posting of 10 scams from Cheapflights.com is...
  • Remembering Chicago jazz great Hal Russell

    Remembering Chicago jazz great Hal Russell
    Anyone who appreciates Chicago's position as a global hotspot of avant-garde jazz owes a thank you to bandleader Hal Russell. The unrepentantly iconoclastic Chicago musician – who died in 1992 at age 66, just as he was achieving a degree of...
  • James Brown biopic 'Get On Up' revels in drama and dance moves

    By Patricia Reaney NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - At first Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer thought she was seeing early concert footage of James Brown but then was told it was a screen test by Chadwick Boseman to play the "Godfather of Soul" in...
  • Strauss highlights Proms concerts in London

    Strauss highlights Proms concerts in London
    LONDON – The BBC Proms proclaims itself as the greatest classical music festival in the world and does so with the confidence of knowing it's got the artistic goods to back up its sweeping claim. With nearly 90 events vying for attention in the...
  • Babymetal shreds heavy-metal's seriousness at the Fonda

    Babymetal shreds heavy-metal's seriousness at the Fonda
    The most subversive, rage-inducing act in heavy metal played the Fonda on Sunday night. The group is fronted by three Japanese teenage girls in pigtails who make heart-shaped hand gestures onstage and sing about how much they love chocolate. ...
  • No Turning Back For Newcomer Sarah Barrios

    No Turning Back For Newcomer Sarah Barrios
    Keep an eye out for Torrington acoustic pop singer and songwriter Sarah Barrios, 20, who'll be at the Space in Hamden on Friday, Aug. 1. Over the past year, mostly through word-of-mouth (she doesn't have a recording out), Barrios' honest, pop-friendly...