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The Elgin Symphony Orchestra has named Andrew Grams, former assistant conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra, as its next music director. The 35-year-old American conductor will begin a three-year contract on July 1 and is to lead the first concerts of...
Tags: Grant Park, Arts and Culture, Culture, Music, Entertainment
The Hampton History Museum will extend its Front Porch Music Series into the fall with performances by M.S.G -- The Acoustic Blues Trio, Jackass Flats and the Myra Smith Experience, among others. M.S.G. will perform at the Hampton History Museum as part...
Tags: Concerts, Arts and Culture, Museums, Hampton Roads, Music
ReutersBy Belinda Goldsmith LONDON, June 12 (Reuters) - Britain's summer music festival season kicks off this week with a line-up ranging from the Rolling Stones to Beyonce to exiled Tibetan monks designed to attract the modern festival-goer - a 36-year-old...
The Hartford CourantTwo Pulitzer Prize winners. A former U.S. poet laureate. President Obama's 2013 Inaugural poet. A "poet of witness" who champions human rights. This year's Sunken Garden Poetry Prize-winner, and students whose "fresh voices" have enlivened state poetry...
This post has been corrected. Please see below for details. The Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades boasts a magnificent collection of ancient art in a replica of a Roman Villa, but this summer the biggest sculpture on display will be a creation from 2013:...
As Apple scrambled in recent weeks to wrap up deals with music companies for its new streaming music service, the expectations grew increasingly big for just what this so-called iRadio would be. Pandora killer. Spotify killer. A wholesale reinvention...
Tags: Marketing, Spotify, Apple iTunes Radio, Apple iOS, Radio
Two years short of its 20th anniversary, at an age which many festivals of its size and scope never reach, International Festival of Arts & Ideas is still standing proud. And doing handstands. And dancing. And firing people out of cannons. And reading....
Tribune NewspapersFor four days last month, Broadway's impresarios met with stage producers from around the country for what's known as the "road conference," a series of events showcasing the season's offerings. The panels and parties were ostensibly thrown to help...
Midway through the xx's set at April's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival in Indio, Calif., the London-based trio threw a cover song into its set: Aaliyah's smoldering 1997 single "Hot Like Fire." Solange, the R&B singer and friend of the xx,...
Chief Executive Tim Cook likes to say Apple Inc. has an advantage over competitors because it does three things well: hardware, software and services. For much of the year, speculation about new hardware gets the lion's share of attention from obsessive...
Edward Henry Weiss, a retired marketing executive who put the name Wacky Noodle on a children's flotation device used in swimming pools, died of a stroke Monday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Timonium resident was 74. Born in Brooklyn,...
The Philadelphia InquirerPHILADELPHIA Of the Mighty Three the name of their joint publishing company Bell's name is not quite so synonymous with the Philly sound as Gamble's and Huff's. That's in part because, rather than come in as a partner when the duo formed PIR in 1971, he...
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