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  • Concert at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks tonight moved indoors; Penn's Peak cancels classic rock show

     
    Inclement weather has forced tonight’s concert at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks to be moved inside, and a show by a classic rock act set for Penn’s Peak near Jim Thorpe has been canceled for the second time, the venues announced. The......
  • REVIEW: Matt Nathanson takes Philly crowd on roller coaster, Gavin DeGraw takes them to Vegas

     
    A Matt Nathanson concert is kind of like an amusement park ride: You strap yourself in and hang on as it takes you on a trip of dips and curves you don’t expect, but you always end up loving. That......
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  • No major incidents reported Saturday at Moonrise Festival

    No major incidents reported Saturday at Moonrise Festival
    In the wake of recent deaths linked to electronic dance music events, attendees at Baltimore's first Moonrise Festival said the shows themselves should not be made a scapegoat. Police and fire officials reported no major incidents Saturday at the...
  • Heavenly video lights up premiere at Grant Park

     Heavenly video lights up premiere at Grant Park
    It's been interesting to compare the ways in which Chicago's two major classical music festivals are combining video and film with live symphonic music this summer. While Ravinia went the commercial route by screening a couple of Hollywood blockbusters,...
  • First City Fest Trades on Monterey Pop's Legacy

    In summer 1967, the sleepy town of Monterey, Calif., roared to life -- hosting the first, and only, Monterey Pop Festival at its county fairgrounds. Jimi Hendrix lit his guitar on fire, Janis Joplin redefined the blues and Otis Redding staged a soul revue...
  • Music Supervisors Wax Eloquent On Art, Craft of Complex Profession

    Some of music supervision's leading lights visited Variety recently to talk shop. Participants included Guild of Music Supervisors president Maureen Crowe ("Chicago," "The Bodyguard"); Anton Monsted, senior VP of Fox Music, who helped craft Baz Luhrmann's...
  • Williamsburg dancer pulls together a far-flung company for the coming year

    Williamsburg dancer pulls together a far-flung company for the coming year
    Dancer Joan Gavaler of Williamsburg has teamed up with partner Dan Plehal and two other artists to create a new performing company, Aura Curiatlas Physical Theatre. Gavaler, who teaches dance at the College of William and Mary, describes the company...
  • In its second year, Constellation reaches critical mass

    In its second year, Constellation reaches critical mass
    Last Friday night, the bar area at Constellation was packed, the room alive with the chatter of people discussing a dance event they just had attended in one of the club's two formal concert spaces. As the night proceeded, the lobby crowd only grew, a...
  • Norva show will be a homecoming for Dead Poet Society singer

    Norva show will be a homecoming for Dead Poet Society singer
    Dead Poet Society is one of the bands on the bill at The Norva in Norfolk on Saturday night in support of The Dead Tapes.  No, Dead Poet Soceity isn't a Robin Williams tribute band doing songs about eccentric teachers and the students who worship them....
  • For Emmy-Nominated Music Directors, There's Little Room for Error

    Of the five music categories in the Primetime Emmy Awards, the music direction category seems to be the least understood outside music circles. And yet the stakes couldn't be higher, with four of the six nominees live broadcasts. In the case of NBC's...