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  • 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...
  • Cheyenne Jackson: Eyes wide open

    Cheyenne Jackson: Eyes wide open
    If we're lucky, at some point during Cheyenne Jackson's performance in Fort Lauderdale on Valentine's Day, the Tony Award-winning former "30 Rock" star will slide into the heartache of "A Case of You," a smoldering torch from Joni Mitchell's iconic "Blue"...
  • Irma Thomas: At the Crossroads of blues and soul

    Irma Thomas: At the Crossroads of blues and soul
    It took a grandchild — indirectly, at least — to make Irma Thomas the Soul Queen of New Orleans. The singer, who will share the bill Saturday in the "Blues at the Crossroads" show at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, got her official...
  • Barbershop and harmony fit well in cabaret at The Shop

    Cabaret entertainment arrived last week at The Shop in Cape St. Claire, a beauty shop by day that becomes a cozy coffeehouse and entertainment center by night. A capacity audience on a recent night not only cheered its opening cabaret performance, but...
  • Two-Day Electronic Music Festival At Wesleyan

    Two-Day Electronic Music Festival At Wesleyan
    The two components of Idiopreneurial Entrephonics, a two-day electronic music festival at Wesleyan Feb. 20 and 21, are so entangled, it's hard to imagine one without the other. There are workshops, during which you'll probably hear a range of sounds and...
  • Virginia Symphony Pops announces its 2015-2016 lineup

    Virginia Symphony Pops announces its 2015-2016 lineup
    Pop stars Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., along with musical tributes to Billy Joel and Frank Sinatra, highlight the Virginia Symphony Pops 2015-2016 season. The entire series will take place over five weekends, with four of the five concerts to be...
  • Lake Forest Symphony's new conductor a boon behind the baton

    Lake Forest Symphony's new conductor a boon behind the baton
    Lake Forest Symphony patrons have seen Vladimir Kulenovic with that orchestra three times now. Initially in September of 2013, he was the first of five finalists for the post of music director and permanent conductor of the professional Lake County...
  • Hot Chocolate Soul Variety Show At The Bushnell

    Hot Chocolate Soul Variety Show At The Bushnell
    Just as hot chocolate is a careful balance of cocoa, milk and marshmallow, the annual African-American wintertime variety show Hot Chocolate Soul bills itself as "a delicate balance between music, comedy and poetry." The event, which comes to The...
  • Sunday afternoon concert to let spirits soar

    Sunday afternoon concert to let spirits soar
    Music as an expression of faith is as old as the monotonous chants of nomads and monks and as current as the raucous follow-by-screen songs now en vogue in most mega churches. Naperville churches offer a plethora of musical experiences to members and...
  • Concert review: Five reasons Nickelback didn't suck at Allentown's PPL Center

    Concert review: Five reasons Nickelback didn't suck at Allentown's PPL Center
    Canadian post-grunge rockers Nickelback is a divisive group, with a lot of people hating on its music. So why was the band actually good Saturday, kicking off its world tour at Allentown's new PPL Center? Here are five reasons: Its new music has...
  • Review: Reading Symphony gets down on Valentine's Day with Motown

    Review: Reading Symphony gets down on Valentine's Day with Motown
    It's not too often you hear a symphony orchestra knock out a pretty cool version of Rick James' "Super Freak," even at a pops concert. Yet that's just what the Reading Symphony Orchestra did Feb. 14 at the Santander Performing Arts Center in Reading in...