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  • Music review: Gustavo Dudamel's monster Mahler 8 in Caracas

     
    A review of Gustavo Dudamel, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela as they perform Mahler's Eighth, also called the “Symphony of a Thousand” with 1,400 performers in Caracas....
  • Caracas diary: L.A. Phil musicians get to know the Venezuelans

     
    Well before the Los Angeles Philharmonic packed for its 10-day tour to Caracas, Venezuela, music director Gustavo Dudamel said that his mission was to show off his orchestra to his home country. And yes, the audiences have been indefatigably enthusiastic....
  • Evanston Student Musician Among Semi-Finalists at National Sphinx Competition

     
    The Music Institute of Chicago has swept the 15th annual national Sphinx Competition in Detroit, Michigan. Music Institute Academy violinist Adé Williams (14, Chicago/Bronzeville) won …...
  • Shirley MacLaine to join 'Downton Abbey' cast

     
    "Downton Abbey": Shirley MacLaine will join the cast of "Downton Abbey" next season...
  • Fantastical art and fashion abound at LAXART Ball

     
    The plate-breaking clowns in the kitchen, the cricket concert in the conservatory, and the party ball (literally) of performance artists on the patio were just a few of the incredible delights to be savored Saturday night at the LAXART Ball......
  • See Pirate Pete at NCC Saturday

     
    A holiday carnival capped by a performance of “Pirate Pete's Island Christmas” written by a NCC professor will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday in Lipkin Theatre at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem Township. Join Pirate Pete and his...
  • Mariachis struggle in Mexico despite U.N. heritage nod

     
    Mexico United Nations Mariachi music now belongs to the world's list of "Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity," as declared this week by the United Nations....
  • Ringling Bros.: Why we're good for elephants [Blowback]

     
    Activist groups who distribute misleading information about animal care at Ringling Bros. will never be satisfied with animals being presented to the public, no matter how well they are cared for by Ringling Bros....
  • New club in The Glen to feature comedy, music, other entertainment

     
    There’s something funny happening in The Glen. A group of entertainment industry veterans are gearing up for the opening of The Laughing Chameleon, a comedy, …...
  • This week: More Mannheim, Neil Patrick Harris, corn maze closes

     
    Here's a quick look at this week's events at Orlando's theme parks and attractions: + Legoland Florida begins its first-ever Christmas Bricktacular on Monday night at the Winter Haven theme park. Activities include the official tree-lighting ceremony, and...
  • The Chicago Chamber Musicians welcome guest artist Demarre McGill

     
    Chicago native and flutist Demarre McGill performs with The Chicago Chamber Musicians (CCM) in two concerts this week. On December 5, he joins CCM Artistic …...