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  • Elmhurst College students perform with Andrea Bocelli

    Elmhurst College students perform with Andrea Bocelli
    Brandon Pisano scheduled a tonsillectomy during his holiday break from his studies at Elmhurst College, but not until after he'd been part of a performance many other singers can only hope to have. He, and 60 other members of the Elmhurst College...
  • Madonna issues six new songs, album pre-sale after leak

    Madonna issues six new songs, album pre-sale after leak
    Thought Madonna was just going to let a massive leak slide without taking action? Wrong.    After more than a dozen tracks supposedly from her forthcoming album suddenly popped up online earlier this week, the pop diva fired back with her own surprise...
  • For Chicago jazz lovers, it was a very good year

    For Chicago jazz lovers, it was a very good year
    Chicago jazz listeners heard great sounds in 2014, including: Orbert Davis' Chicago Jazz Philharmonic, Nov. 14, Auditorium Theatre: A little more than a decade ago, the CJP was but a dream of Chicago trumpeter-composer Davis and colleague Mark Ingram....
  • Bella Voce delivers glad tidings of the season

    Bella Voce delivers glad tidings of the season
    Area churches and concert halls have come alive all month with the seasonal sounds of comfort, joy and rejoicing. This year's abundance of Christmas concerts seems to speak directly to the zeitgeist: Audience members may well feel the need for the...
  • The Celebrated Catherine Russell Brings Her Jazz Pedigree To Old Lyme

    The Celebrated Catherine Russell Brings Her Jazz Pedigree To Old Lyme
    Singer Catherine Russell knows how to lead a band. She knows how to lay back into a supporting role. Over the years, Russell has worked every type of room imaginable — small clubs in Greenwich Village with Doc Cheatham, Dizzy's Coca-Cola at...
  • Holocaust Survivor Band Plays Vegas

    Holocaust Survivor Band Plays Vegas
    What started out as just a dream for Saul Dreier, of Coconut Creek, is now a full-fledged reality and perhaps soon will be a major international phenomenon. Here is the story about the birth of the Holocaust Survivor Band — which plays Jewish,...
  • 'Stars of David' shine brightly on Jewish celebrities

    'Stars of David' shine brightly on Jewish celebrities
    Actors Avi Hoffman and Patti Gardner star in the musical "Stars Of David," running now through Jan. 4 at the Broward Center. The musical was a commercial hit during runs off-Broadway and in Toronto since 2012 and is on a state wide tour following the...
  • Concerto competition teaches musicianship

    For more than 20 years, Midwest Young Artists has nurtured and educated some of the most talented young musicians in the country. Located in the Old Stockade Building in Fort Sheridan, the school prepares students by tackling all areas – teamwork,...
  • Kinky Love grabs hold of the sound of Chicago

    Kinky Love grabs hold of the sound of Chicago
    Chicago is a sprawling, complex, historically rich city that is difficult to define. What is the sound of the city? For the members of Kinky Love, it sounds slinky, synth-y and downright sexy. At least, that is the sound the group gravitates toward on its...
  • Towkio doesn't want to be last to break big

    Towkio doesn't want to be last to break big
    Preston Oshita, the Chicago rapper better known as Towkio, has been working on some of the songs on his presumed breakthrough release, ".Wav Theory," for more than 18 months. ".Wav Theory" will come out when it's meant to come out, Towkio figures,...
  • Orlando Home Health Care Agency: Using Art and Music Therapy When Caring for Dementia Patients

    When caring for dementia patients, experienced caregivers recognize dementia care is neither formulaic nor rigid; dementia care is not “one size fits all.” Being creative and open to new interventions and non-pharmacological approaches...