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  • Diana Krall at Miami's Arsht Center on April 14

    Diana Krall at Miami's Arsht Center on April 14
    Five-time Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and vocalist Diana Krall will perform at Miami’s Arsht Center on April 14, a rescheduling of a Dec. 12 concert that was among her U.S. fall tour dates postponed by illness. Krall’s Wallflower World...
  • Living A Rock 'N' Roll Dream At Foxwoods

    Living A Rock 'N' Roll Dream At Foxwoods
    With every riff and cymbal crash, dreams were being lived inside of Foxwoods hotel rooms as the fourth floor of the Fox Tower was turned into the first East Coast  Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp in mid October.  Aspiring singers and musicians performed...
  • Concert review: Zen for Primates in rare and fun form for final show

    Concert review: Zen for Primates in rare and fun form for final show
    Just as Zen for Primates is a unique band, its fans have a unique loyalty. Zen has collected many in its 27 years and it quickly sold out the Rodale Room of Miller Symphony Hall for its final concert last Friday night. There are two types of Zen songs....
  • Marsalis, Philadelphia orchestra go by the book at the Wallis

     Marsalis, Philadelphia orchestra go by the book at the Wallis
    Branford Marsalis can be a beguiling saxophonist, whether as a jazz player, a pop musician or, increasingly, in the classical repertory. In the latter, he has distinguished himself particularly in French and Russian saxophone concertos, and he has...
  • Hozier takes a worshipful L.A. to an actual church

    Hozier takes a worshipful L.A. to an actual church
    It was almost too easy, booking Hozier in a church. The project, led by 24-year-old Irish singer-songwriter Andrew Hozier-Byrne, broke through with a single called “Take Me to Church." The lusty, acerbic song needles Ireland's most contentious...
  • Mandell Collection matches gifted musicians with vintage instruments

    Mandell Collection matches gifted musicians with vintage instruments
    Peter Mandell, a professional bassoonist, had been comatose for nearly two months when he began to move his fingers. His wife, Sarah, a stand-up bass player, said Peter started to "air bassoon" the Mozart bassoon concerto on her hand. "It was a very...
  • Organizer of South Korea concert where 16 died kills himself

    Organizer of South Korea concert where 16 died kills himself
    The organizer of a South Korean concert where 16 people died Friday evening has been found dead after committing suicide, police told the local media. Police said the man, surnamed Oh, 37, was found dead Saturday in Seongnam, a suburb south of Seoul,...
  • REVIEW: Gwar moves on, the same but different, at Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater

    REVIEW: Gwar moves on, the same but different, at Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater
    With the March death of the lead singer of shock rock band Gwar, there was real question whether the 30-year-old band would continue – and, if it did, whether it could be the same. The question of whether Gwar will continue was answered Friday...
  • A new orchestra is born — in Pennsylvania!

    A new orchestra is born — in Pennsylvania!
    It's no secret that symphony orchestras across the country are struggling. Just a few years ago, the venerable Philadelphia Orchestra declared bankruptcy, followed shortly by the Syracuse Symphony and the orchestras of Louisville and Honolulu. Some have...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •"It's A Wonderful Life," Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, lunch, Dec. 10. $70. St. John Fisher Seniors, Bill, 610-264-0920. •"Christmas Show," American Music Theatre, lunch at Shady Maple, Nov. 5. $95. Center orchestra seats. East...
  • Music firm brings Chinese indie rock groups to U.S. audiences

    Music firm brings Chinese indie rock groups to U.S. audiences
    In a country where the vast majority of pop music acts still seem prepackaged for the karaoke machine and syrupy anthems dominate the airwaves, China's three-day Strawberry Music Festival and smaller Modern Sky Festival are can't-miss affairs for mainland...