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  • Sam Smith isn't afraid to tell it like it is

    Sam Smith isn't afraid to tell it like it is
    A little over a year ago Sam Smith was curled up inside the Redbury Hotel between two sold-out gigs at the Troubadour, shows that served as his L.A. debut. Largely known for a pair of exuberant, infectious electronic dance collaborations, the British...
  • Broadway Star Florence Lacey Speaks To West Hartford Students

    WEST HARTFORD — The cast of Conard High School's production of "Hello, Dolly!" got a critique Friday from veteran Broadway star Florence "Flo" Lacey. Lacey told students about her struggle through auditions in both New York and Los Angeles,...
  • Lehigh Valley saw 15 of Top 100 U.S. touring shows in 2014

    Lehigh Valley saw 15 of Top 100 U.S. touring shows in 2014
    Music fans who have gotten the feeling that the Lehigh Valley area's music scene has exploded with top national and international acts now have proof. The industry publication Pollstar has released its 2014 Year End Top North American Tours, and at...
  • BSO's gamble on a second home pays off

    BSO's gamble on a second home pays off
    On Feb. 5, 2005, the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda opened with a gala concert by its primary resident ensemble and founding partner, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, led by then music-director Yuri Temirkanov. Speeches and festivities were...
  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. POSH Palm Beach 2015 Gala Dinner Lighthouse Guild International This dinner dance will honor Darlene Jordan and Cathy Luccio and kick off the “POSH Palm Beach Sale” to take place Feb. 17-19 at The Pavilion in West...
  • Carl St.Clair leads Pacific Symphony in Leonard Bernstein ode

    Carl St.Clair leads Pacific Symphony in Leonard Bernstein ode
    On a gloomy damp and cold Sunday afternoon in August 1990, Leonard Bernstein conducted his last concert. Suffering from the late stages of emphysema, he gasped for air while leading an incomparably urgent performance of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony at...
  • Samantha Fish, coming to Sellersville, churns out gritty rock blues

    Post grunge and nu-metal were in vogue when Samantha Fish was growing up in Kansas City during the late '90s. However, Fish swam upstream and embraced old school acts, such as the Rolling Stones and old blues artists. "I grew up listening to the...
  • Feel St. Thomas Gospel Choir of Philadelphia's joy in Bethlehem

    If you go to Trinity Episcopal Church in Bethlehem Sunday to hear one of the best gospel choirs in the country, be ready for an afternoon of surprises. The members of the St. Thomas Gospel Choir of Philadelphia may surprise themselves, too, at what they...
  • Prairie State College Jazz Fest celebrates 27 years of talent

    Prairie State College Jazz Fest celebrates 27 years of talent
    Jazz is all about feeling, connecting and collaborating through music. The fact that so much of it is improvised only adds to the casual appeal. "It's democracy in action, because it requires such good communication skills," said Valerie Nicholson,...
  • REVIEW: Jason Isbell reminds Keswick Theater crowd great music, lyrics can co-exist

    REVIEW: Jason Isbell reminds Keswick Theater crowd great music, lyrics can co-exist
    In the generations since Bob Dylan melded the lyrical prowess of folk with rock sensibilities, music fans seem to have forgotten, or at least largely ignored, the fact that songs can be both rich literature and great tunes. And that bare and bitter...
  • L.A. Philharmonic musicians are tuned to idiosyncrasies to stay sharp

    L.A. Philharmonic musicians are tuned to idiosyncrasies to stay sharp
    He lifts the woodwind and dampens the reed. Fingers press silver keys. Shoulders broaden, eyes narrow. A mournful note rises like the hush of a winter afternoon slipping to dusk. He follows the long lines, breath draining from him — until silence...