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  • Choir director's career a musical journey

    MILWAUKEE His voice a beautiful, clear soprano attracted an audience. He was just a boy, a treble, as choirboys are called. But Richard Hynson's voice carried him through opera premieres, national broadcasts and many church services. He sang with the...
  • Tony Orlando entertains with 'Great American Christmas' at Sands Bethlehem

    Tony Orlando entertains with 'Great American Christmas' at Sands Bethlehem
    Ever since Tony Orlando's 1973 hit "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree," with its surprise happy ending, it's not hard to accept that the singer believes in miracles. And if you accept what he says, "Tony Orlando's Great American Christmas"...
  • REVIEW: Tony Orlando's Great American Christmas brings better part of concert, holiday pageant to Sands Center

    REVIEW: Tony Orlando's Great American Christmas brings better part of concert, holiday pageant to Sands Center
    Ever since Tony Orlando’s 1973 hit “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree,” with its surprise happy ending, it’s not hard to accept that the singer believes in miracles. And if you accept what he says, Tony Orlando’s...
  • Have a holly jolly Christmas

    Have a holly jolly Christmas
    EVENTS Baum School of Art Holiday Gift Gallery: Work by area artists and artisans. Reception 6-8 p.m. Dec. 10. Through Dec. 19. Baum School of Art, 510 Linden St., Allentown, 610-433-0032. http://www.baumschool.org. A Brandywine Christmas: Holiday...
  • It's holiday-concert season at local middle, high schools

    The Leesburg High School Swing Band and Big Band will have its third annual "Swing in the Holidays Dinner and Concert" on Dec. 12 in the cafeteria of the school, 1401 Yellow Jacket Way. The menu includes chicken marsala, salad, rice pilaf, green beans,...
  • Musicians get into holiday spirit with concerts

    Concerts and shows will help usher in the holiday season with spirit and style. Check out the following happenings. • The Florida Lakes Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Eimear Noone will present its holiday concert in...
  • Brazilian Trio: Former soccer teammates bring jazz group to Davie

    Brazilian Trio: Former soccer teammates bring jazz group to Davie
    The musicians Duduka da Fonseca and Nilson Matta first collaborated not on a stage, but on a soccer field. In their native Brazil, Fonseca and Matta once a week joined other musicians for a friendly soccer game known as a pelada. Now living in New York,...
  • Tortuga Music Festival: Advance tickets go quickly

    Tortuga Music Festival: Advance tickets go quickly
    In case there were any doubt, Tortuga Music Festival 2015 is a hot ticket: The first wave early-bird tickets that went on sale at 10 a.m. Friday were gone 90 minutes later. And they haven’t even named a headliner for the April 11-12 festival on...
  • Concert series outside L.A. prison has a note of protest

    On a recent cool evening, the popular Mexican norteno band Los Cadetes de Linares showed up in black cowboy hats and matching avocado-green suits to play a few songs in downtown Los Angeles. There was no stage. Instead, the musicians stood in front of...
  • Electric Daisy Carnival blooms amid construction

    Electric Daisy Carnival blooms amid construction
    DJs and construction workers will co-exist at this weekend's Electric Daisy Carnival, a two-day marathon of Electronic Dance Music that begins Friday at Tinker Field. It is the first major event at the historic baseball field since the property west of...
  • The Fado Sounds Of Ana Moura At Jorgensen

    The Fado Sounds Of Ana Moura At Jorgensen
    It's no surprise that Ana Moura embraced fado while growing up in Northern Portugal. Fado, the mournful folk music of the Portuguese, which dates back more than 200 years, is ubiquitous throughout Moura's country. Moura, 34, came of age while immersed...