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  • REVIEW: Sam Smith by far the best act at Philly's Q102 Jingle Ball, but is he appreciated as much as Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas and Iggy Azalea?

    REVIEW: Sam Smith by far the best act at Philly's Q102 Jingle Ball, but is he appreciated as much as Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas and Iggy Azalea?
    Befitting someone who just last week was nominated for six major Grammy Awards, British blue-eyed soul  singer Sam Smith easily was the best performer at Wednesday’s 11-act  Q102 Jingle Ball at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Yet as good as...
  • Trans-Siberian Orchestra freshens its traveling spectacle

    Paul O'Neill, the creator, lyricist and composer behind the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, sees the group as having a little in common with Charles Dickens. "We never intended to do 'Christmas Eve and Other Stories' for 13 years in a row. It just kind of...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Dec. 14 'The Nutcracker on Ice' The Columbia Figure Skating Club presents its annual show featuring more than 100 performers ranging in age from 3 to adult and including many advanced-level skaters who have competed regionally and nationally at...
  • Epilogue: Music could not save Aaron Rushing

    Epilogue: Music could not save Aaron Rushing
    For the young musicians attending Kenwood Academy High School, at 5015 S. Blackstone Ave., the band room was a sanctuary. Inside its walls, only good things happened: rehearsals, horsing around, laughter, music. No matter what was occurring in the...
  • The UnXpected is ready to rock

    When asked about the ever growing confidence of the musicians in The UnXpected, guitarist Cole Layman replied, "I guess we can call ourselves experienced at this point." Perhaps it seems strange to hear the word experienced applied to a blues rock...
  • Green Umbrella: A fascinating journey into the European avant-garde

    Green Umbrella: A fascinating journey into the European avant-garde
    For the latest installment of the L.A. Phil's Green Umbrella adventure series, the designated journey was to a place called the "European Avant-Garde," a generic but accurate moniker for a program of new music (plus a mid-20th century classic by Karlheinz...
  • Chris Brown, Trey Songz In Bridgeport

    Chris Brown, Trey Songz In Bridgeport
    Multi-platinum-selling artists Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Tyga will perform at Bridgeport's Webster Bank Arena on Friday, Feb. 20. The so-called Between the Sheets Tour visits more than 25 cities, starting on Jan. 28 at Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Va....
  • L.A. Philharmonic gets $20-million donation from GeoCities founder

    L.A. Philharmonic gets $20-million donation from GeoCities founder
    A prominent Los Angeles tech entrepreneur and former board president of the L.A. Philharmonic announced Wednesday that he will give $20 million to the orchestra, half of it going to endow the top leadership position now held by Deborah Borda. David...
  • Rock is more at home on stage than off in 'Top Five'

    With all the timely cultural commentary Chris Rock has been making about Ferguson, Staten Island, police chokeholds and the like while doing interviews ostensibly promoting his new film, it's actually a relief that "Top Five" is pretty good. Decades...
  • REVIEW: Dean Ween Group brings the '70s back -- in all its glory -- at Musikfest Cafe

    REVIEW: Dean Ween Group brings the '70s back -- in all its glory -- at Musikfest Cafe
    The 1970s was such a rich musical era that even identifying something as “ ’70s rock” is nebulous. Within that designation, there’s classic rock, sludgy pre-punk rock, power ballad rock, metal and more. The Dean Ween Group...
  • Steven Isserlis, Christopher O'Riley deliver dynamic recitals

    Steven Isserlis, Christopher O'Riley deliver dynamic recitals
    Over the weekend, two classical artists who can be counted on to have something to say through music, and say it dynamically, gave recitals in the Baltimore area. There was a packed house Sunday evening for celebrated English cellist Steven Isserlis,...