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  • Pianist joins New Philharmonic at MAC for two shows

    Thanks to a keyboard cam, audiences of the New Philharmonic Orchestra's latest concerts will be get to see all the action of guest pianist Winston Choi. The award-winning pianist joins the New Philharmonic, under the direction of Maestro Kirk Muspratt,...
  • Getting jazzy: Students play Essentially Ellington festival at Broward College

    Getting jazzy: Students play Essentially Ellington festival at Broward College
    You could have called them a group of musical note-ables, these nearly 200 teenagers who united to play jazz on Saturday. "Think about it, you've got teenagers here, on a Saturday afternoon, listening to jazz!" said Christopher Dorsey, the music...
  • Weekend preview: Are you ready for some model volleyball?

    Weekend preview: Are you ready for some model volleyball?
    The annual return of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is a rite of winter, its luminous pixels radiating an almost palpable heat that feels like a gift from the gods in frigid parts of the country. But because you live in South Florida, on this,...
  • Steve Aoki says let them eat cake

    Steve Aoki says let them eat cake
    Steve Aoki, the Los Angeles DJ who regularly commands crowds of tens of thousands of people at electronic-dance-music festivals, is analyzing the complex metrics of his career. "I've thrown over 4,000 cakes in people's faces. It's incredible," he says....
  • The Grammys: What your kids (and you) need to hear

    The Grammys: What your kids (and you) need to hear
    You probably can't name any Grammy winners for best children's album — although you might guess a few if you go for the obvious. Disney movie soundtracks? Check. Elmo and Sesame Street? Check. In the '90s and early '00s, both of those ubiquitous...
  • Young Cuban artists testing the boundaries of dissent

    Young Cuban artists testing the boundaries of dissent
    With fake-diamond studs lining his lips and ears, and a tattoo carved under his dreadlocks, Omar Sayut is hard to miss. His version of Cuban hip-hop is what you might call hard to miss too. "Down with Raul! Down with Raul!" he chants in a video...
  • Erica Campbell of gospel duo Mary Mary follows her own path

     Erica Campbell of gospel duo Mary Mary follows her own path
    As half of the popular gospel duo Mary Mary, Erica Campbell has spent the last 15 years beside her younger sister, Tina. Together they've created hit songs such as "Get Up" and "Shackles (Praise You)," as well as a reality television series soon to...
  • 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...
  • New Festival of the Desert to open with Renee Fleming, Quincy Jones

    New Festival of the Desert to open with Renee Fleming, Quincy Jones
    Before the hordes of music fans descend on the Coachella Valley in April for the annual festival, the desert community will play host to a different kind of gathering in March devoted to the performing arts. The inaugural, one-day event, titled the...
  • Traffic legend jams at Rialto, ECC, this weekend

    Traffic legend jams at Rialto, ECC, this weekend
    Music legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Mason, co-founder of the rock band Traffic, performs two area shows this weekend. Dave Mason's Traffic Jam will be in Joliet performing an 8 p.m. show Feb. 6 at the Rialto Square Theatre and a 7:30...
  • Unlikely new Vegas musical tells 'Duck Dynasty' family tale

    Unlikely new Vegas musical tells 'Duck Dynasty' family tale
    It's all seemed like one big unlikely mashup: the Deep South, God-fearing family of A&E's "Duck Dynasty" turning their tale into a song and dance musical on stage in Sin City. Even Broadway producer Michael David has been on the receiving end of...