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  • Carmel students to sing with iconic '80s band Foreigner

    Choir students at Carmel Catholic High School will join forces with Foreigner's Mick Jones to sing "I Want To Know What Love Is" during a local concert that expresses love for music education. Foreigner is a band that formed in 1976 and had more than a...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, March 15 CYSO gala The Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a gala at St. John's College's Key Auditorium in Annapolis. There will be two concerts, at 2 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. The afternoon concert...
  • Local playwright premieres new comedy

    What happens when you feel the world has left you behind and you're at a loss with all the changes around you? Lawrence Fox has written a tongue-in-cheek and somewhat autobiographical comedy about "a poor schlepp who has lived in Bethlehem all his...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

    Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week
    Here are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. ARIANA GRANDE You can forgive Ariana Grande’s shortcomings — being such a diva at just 21, wearing goofy cat ears — because, well, she’s just so talented. Her four-octave...
  • Rap show a big undertaking for UCF students

    Rap show a big undertaking for UCF students
    Morgan Rock was uninterested in dorm cafeteria food and even less interested in cooking for herself. She ate out six times a week and then reserved the seventh day for leftovers. Now, Rock, a University of Central Florida junior from St. Petersburg,...
  • Screaming Orphans, The Henry Girls Among Irish Music Highlights

    Screaming Orphans, The Henry Girls Among Irish Music Highlights
    Editor's note: Infinity Hall Hartford has canceled the free music concert featuring the Jolly Beggars scheduled for Saturday,  March 14, because the St. Patrick's Day parade has been moved to March 21. The Screaming Orphans, an all-sister band from...
  • Another premiere for Turkin at nearly 89

    The week before Marshall Turkin's 89th birthday, the 80-member Lynn Philharmonic will play a new piece he composed in the same concerts as Beethoven, no less. The musician, conductor and Symphonia founder considers the Lynn Conservatory of Music...
  • Joan Curto celebrates Sondheim with smarts and savvy

    Joan Curto celebrates Sondheim with smarts and savvy
    What would we do without Stephen Sondheim? The ingenuity of his lyrics, the conversational cadences of his melodies and the jazz-tinged allure of his harmonies brought American songwriting to a level of sophistication that never really has been...
  • Music Review: Alex tribute concert does justice to the 'White Album'

    Music Review: Alex tribute concert does justice to the 'White Album'
    The Beatles’ “White Album,” which befuddled fans and divided critics upon its arrival in 1968 in a plain sleeve embossed with the band’s name, is a work of broad scope and meticulous detail. Both qualities shone on Saturday at...
  • St. Charles Arts Council hosts student art show

    St. Charles Arts Council hosts student art show
    The St. Charles Arts Council is partnering with Northern Illinois University to present a student art show, Charlie's Center for the Arts. The goal of the event is to engage the community with arts of all kinds. The showcase will feature a juried art and...
  • Jazz musician Marsalis cancels Venezuela shows amid tensions

    Jazz musician Marsalis cancels Venezuela shows amid tensions
    American jazz legend Wynton Marsalis has canceled concerts in Venezuela at a time of rising tensions between the two nations. The New York-based trumpeter and composer was scheduled to perform his "Swing Symphony" on Friday alongside the Simon Bolivar...