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  • Hollywood Bowl's 2015 season strives to offer something for everyone

    Hollywood Bowl's 2015 season strives to offer something for everyone
    The Hollywood Bowl is going especially big — and broad — this summer. On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Philharmonic is expected to announce a 2015 lineup that is particularly diverse, in keeping with the Bowl's longtime philosophy of offering a...
  • Alan Gilbert to step down as music director of New York Philharmonic

    Alan Gilbert to step down as music director of New York Philharmonic
    In an announcement that has taken many in the classical-music world by surprise, Alan Gilbert, who has led the New York Philharmonic as music director since 2009, will step down from the podium at the end of the 2016-17 season. The orchestra made the...
  • Lea DeLaria -- Big Boo of 'OITNB' -- announces engagement in cheeky post

    Lea DeLaria -- Big Boo of 'OITNB' -- announces engagement in cheeky post
    Lea DeLaria of "Orange Is the New Black" is engaged to girlfriend Chelsea Fairless and has been since the SAG Awards. The actress, who plays Big Boo on the Netflix series about the escapades of the inmates at a women's prison, announced the news in a...
  • Wynton Marsalis reaches out to the young

    Wynton Marsalis reaches out to the young
    No event in Orchestra Hall's jazz season generates greater anticipation or larger audiences than a residency by Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. And none of this year's three concerts, starting Friday, will make a bigger...
  • David Geffen's $100-million gift in N.Y. raises arts-naming issues in L.A.

    David Geffen's $100-million gift in N.Y. raises arts-naming issues in L.A.
    This post has been updated. Please see below for details. “What’s in a name?” was a question for Juliet when she was falling for Romeo, but David Geffen’s $100-million gift to Lincoln Center in New York City demonstrates that...
  • Les Violons du Roy plays Mozart, Haydn at Lafayette

    Les Violons du Roy plays Mozart, Haydn at Lafayette
    The regal-sounding Les Violons du Roy chamber orchestra takes its name from the renowned string orchestra of the court of the French kings. Based in Quebec City, the orchestra was formed in 1984 by Bernard Labadie, who still serves as its conductor and...
  • Randy Wexter hired as Purdue Calumet men's golf coach

    Randy Wexter, who has been a PGA professional at Calumet Country Club in Homewood, Illinois, for 24 years, has been hired as men's golf coach at Purdue Calumet. Wexter also has served as director of golf, general manager and consulting general manager...
  • Juilliard to honor Peter Sellars, Nicholas Hytner

    Juilliard to honor Peter Sellars, Nicholas Hytner
    The Juilliard School in New York will confer honorary doctorate degrees on directors Peter Sellars and Nicholas Hytner during its commencement ceremony in May. Honorary degrees also will be given to dancer Suzanne Farrell, jazz artist Dianne Reeves...
  • Concert review: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

    The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presented one of the most engaging programs Thursday night in its invaluable series of concerts at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance. It was not filled with the kind of chestnuts that organizations...
  • George Clooney admits 'my wife's the smart one'

    George Clooney admits 'my wife's the smart one'
    George Clooney doesn't know how many countries there are, but that's OK, because his "smart" wife Amal Alamuddin probably does.  "The Monuments Men" actor-director, who wed the highly educated human-rights lawyer in September, flubbed a line during a...
  • U.S.-Cuban normalization could shake up jazz

    U.S.-Cuban normalization could shake up jazz
    Chicago trumpeter Orbert Davis was rehearsing with students in Havana last month when a translator tapped him on the shoulder and asked him to stop everything. The translator then told the room that Cuban President Raul Castro had just been on TV to...