RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Concerts

A collection of news and information related to Concerts published by this site and its partners.

Top Concerts Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • November's Calendar

    November's Calendar
    Abbey Choir As wedding bands go, you could do worse than the Westminster Abbey Choir, which performed in 2011 at the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The choir is trained at a special school, the only one in the UK that's created...
  • 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...
  • Swing & Jazz opens season, looks for more support

    The Swing and Jazz Preservation Society is going into the 2014-15 season starting Tuesday with the usual six concerts through April, including The Four Aces in February with the well-known Sid Parker Big Band. Subscriptions for the concerts, which...
  • Symphony orchestra kicks off 10th season

    The Florida Lakes Symphony Orchestra will begin its 10th season on Thursday and Friday with a gala concert "Encore" including Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro" overture and Dvorak's "New World Symphony." The concert will open at 7:30 p.m. on both days...
  • Man gets 7 years for 'dream theft' of $5 million Stradivarius violin

    Man gets 7 years for 'dream theft' of $5 million Stradivarius violin
    A Milwaukee man was sentenced to seven years in prison on Monday for stealing a 300-year-old Stradivarius violin from a concert musician after a performance, court records showed. Salah Jones, 42, was also sentenced to five years of extended supervision....
  • Review: Celebrating Charlie Parker with panache

    Review: Celebrating Charlie Parker with panache
    Charlie Parker died more than half a century ago, at age 34, but his music resonates in our culture to this day. The bebop idiom that he and others codified stands as the predominant jazz language of the 20th century and echoes in the work of young...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Broadway shows, March 25, choice of "On the 20th Century," $157; "Beautiful," $135; or "Honeymoon in Vegas," $139. Lehigh Valley Active Life, Barbara, 610-437-3700. •New York City, time on your own, Nov. 29. $40. Woman's Club...
  • 'Requiem' events

    'Requiem' events
      •"Avian Requiem": Lafayette College Contemporary Music Ensemble, 8 p.m. Monday Nov. 10, Williams Center Main Stage. An semi-theatrical work that includes transcribed bird songs, improvisation, live and pre-recorded electronics, and spoken texts,...
  • 'Kindie rock' queen Laurie Berkner, coming to Bethlehem, expands her empire

    Ten years ago, Laurie Berkner was crowned the queen of "kindie rock" — indie music performed for children. The former preschool teacher's rise was fueled by her music videos, which in 2004 started running on Noggin, a kids TV channel now known...
  • Jazz, cabaret and Broadway converge

    Jazz, cabaret and Broadway converge
    It was a three-and-half-hour marathon of songs — some indelible, some forgettable, all sharing at least one rarefied trait: Each appeared in a Tony Award-winning musical. That does not necessarily imply consistently great songwriting, as Monday...
  • Sinfonia Virtuosi is right size for 'Emerging Genius' concert

    When the full-size Pennsylvania Sinfonia chamber orchestra is too big and the Valley Vivaldi ensemble too small, the Sinfonia Virtuosi is just right. That configuration of about 20 musicians, introduced last year, opens the Sinfonia's 2014-2015 season...