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  • Galantis band mates have plenty to 'Smile' about

    Galantis band mates have plenty to 'Smile' about
    With its sleek synth riffs, propulsive machine beats and digitally processed vocal melodies, the Swedish duo Galantis fit right into the electronic dance music that largely defined last month's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. But anyone...
  • Two Musical Theater Creatives Score $100K Each from Kleban Foundation

    Musical theater scribes Nathan Tysen (pictured above, right) and Arthur Perlman (above, left) have nabbed the 2014 Kleban Prize, the hefty annual award that comes with a $100,000 check for each of the award recipients. The 24-year-old prize, which...
  • United Arts 'mini-grants' go to four groups

     United Arts 'mini-grants' go to four groups
    As I reported yesterday, United Arts of Central Florida will surpass its goal of about $1.7 million in its Campaign for the Arts, which ended yesterday. But while we wait for the final numbers of the campaign, which supports grants to cultural groups in...
  • 2014 Baker Artist Award winners announced

    2014 Baker Artist Award winners announced
    Three Baltimore-area artists — a musician who has pioneered the use of the bass clarinet as a solo instrument and two sculptors — have been named winners of the 2014 Baker Artist Awards. The $25,000 juried prizes were conferred Thursday night...
  • Sean Combs Wants Revolt Music Network to Be a Worldwide Brand Like ESPN, CNN

    Music impresario Sean Combs is thinking extra-large for Revolt TV, the music-themed cable and digital network aimed at younger viewers that launched six months ago. With the shift in programming format by MTV and VH1 away from music content, there's a...
  • Goblin to creep out the Fonda on Saturday

    Goblin to creep out the Fonda on Saturday
    All the best horror movies have a particular sound. The sound of blood spattering and axes thwacking and teenage girls screaming, yes. But also echoing analog synth arpeggios and  lulling drones punctuated by atonal shrieks of feedback. It's how you...
  • Concert review: von Dohnanyi conducts the CSO

     Concert review: von Dohnanyi conducts the CSO
    This has been a banner week for Beethoven in downtown Chicago. On Tuesday night at the Harris Theater, David Finckel and Wu Han presented a deeply satisfying traversal of the composer's complete cello and piano sonatas. On Thursday at Orchestra Hall,...
  • Hit songs that were rejected by Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, more

    Hit songs that were rejected by Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, more
    Cee Lo Green’s missed opportunity with the song “Happy,” which Pharrell Williams recently revealed that Green recorded but then chose not to release, isn’t the first time a pop, rock, R&B or country star turned thumbs down on a...
  • Filmmaker highlights reunion session in his documentary about guitarist Joe Pass

    Filmmaker highlights reunion session in his documentary about guitarist Joe Pass
    Dailey Pike didn’t come to Los Angeles in 1979 to make documentary movies. His life was stand-up comedy; he was on a first-name basis with Jay Leno and Arsenio Hall. He warmed up TV audiences for shows like “Cheers,” “The Drew...
  • iHeartRadio Music Awards: How to make it better

    iHeartRadio Music Awards: How to make it better
    The dust has barely settled on the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards, but we’re already thinking about next year. And not because we had that much fun. Thursday’s three-hour, fan-voted spectacle was radio conglomerate Clear Channel’...
  • Retirement communities, performing groups, provide arts outreach to seniors

    Retirement communities, performing groups, provide arts outreach to seniors
    If it wasn't for the large, well-equipped woodworking shop at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville, Lawrence Schneider might never have embarked upon his third career as a sculptor. But when Schneider moved into the Hunt Valley community...