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  • Review: Kraemer brings stylish verve to CSO's Bach marathon

    Review: Kraemer brings stylish verve to CSO's Bach marathon
    The idea of presenting Bach in bulk is not new but has gained currency in Chicago in recent months. Barely three weeks after the WFMT Bach Organ Project – a 10-concert series devoted to performances of the complete solo organ works of J.S. Bach...
  • The death of opera

    The politics of emotion must appear To be an intellectual structure. The cause Creates a logic not to be distinguished From lunacy. --Wallace Stevens, "Esthetique du Mal" ... If opera were a game of Clue, the solution to this case would be...
  • Lindsay Duncan finds her footing in 'A Delicate Balance'

     Lindsay Duncan finds her footing in 'A Delicate Balance'
    Elaine Stritch didn't originate the role of Claire, the alcoholic loose cannon of Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1966 drama "A Delicate Balance." But she did put her corrosively funny stamp on the part in a 1996 Lincoln Center Theatre production, a...
  • Community: Orchestra's first benefit pulls huge support

    Community: Orchestra's first benefit pulls huge support
    Artistic director/conductor Norman Mamey is a giant step closer to his dream of starting a new orchestra. His 35-member board of governors coordinated the first fundraiser for the Los Angeles Premiere Orchestra earlier this month at Lakeside Golf Club....
  • Lehigh Choral Arts performs in Bethlehem, New York City

    Lehigh Choral Arts performs in Bethlehem, New York City
    When the Lehigh University Mountain Hawks face the Lafayette Leopards at Yankee Stadium Nov. 22 for the 150th meeting of college football's most-played rivalry, more than just a game will be celebrated. Both institutions educate students who recognize...
  • Ojai Music Festival to fete Pierre Boulez, but without Boulez

    Ojai Music Festival to fete Pierre Boulez, but without Boulez
    The 2015 edition of the Ojai Music Festival will honor the 90th birthday of composer and conductor Pierre Boulez with five concerts dedicated to his music and influences. But a festival representative said the renowned French maestro won't be in...
  • Chicago area classical music recommendations

    Chicago area classical music recommendations
    Featured pick Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: The elite New York chamber collective, which recently extended its Harris Theater residency two more seasons, begins its 2014-15 residency with a varied program ranging from works by Dvorak and...
  • At 50, Music Center's 'backward' orientation may see a turnaround

    At 50, Music Center's 'backward' orientation may see a turnaround
    If practice is what gets you to Carnegie Hall, as the saying goes, what gets you to the Music Center has always been a car. The performing arts complex, which will turn 50 next month, sits atop Bunker Hill in downtown Los Angeles like a late-modern,...
  • Mount Dora's Laney Jones to play Lincoln Center as finalist in NewSong Contest

    Singer-songwriter Laney Jones of Mount Dora is a finalist in the NewSong Contest, which is produced in partnership with NPR's Mountain Stage, and will perform for the grand prize Saturday at New York's renowned Lincoln Center. A songwriting major at...
  • Dancer Wendy Whelan leaves ballet, becomes a freelance modernist

    Dancer Wendy Whelan leaves ballet, becomes a freelance modernist
    In a ballet studio overlooking Grand Avenue downtown, long-limbed, bone-thin Wendy Whelan melts into the arms of her partner, Jared Angle, before sinking into a taut, high backbend off the floor. Then, in the last moment of their duet, he slides under...
  • Why Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' Demands a Wider 3D Release

    Jean-Luc Godard has never been one to shy away from a paradox. He might well appreciate the irony that his form-busting use of 3D in "Goodbye to Language" -- the very element that has made this by far his most passionately embraced work in years -- is...