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  • Ars Viva Symphony disbanding after 20 years

    Ars Viva Symphony disbanding after 20 years
    The Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra, founded 20 seasons ago by conductor Alan Heatherington, will play its final concert May 17. Maestro Heatherington, a Libertyville resident, made the announcement at the Ars Viva's Sunday afternoon concert April 12 at the...
  • Ringo Starr to play the Lyric in October

    Ringo Starr to play the Lyric in October
    Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band will perform at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric on Oct. 28. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m., and can be purchased on ticketmaster.com or at the Lyric's box office (open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday)...
  • When community service becomes a 16-day music festival

     When community service becomes a 16-day music festival
    Over the next three weeks, one of the Midwest's and the nation's leading music schools is kicking up its commitment to community service a couple of notches. Make that 125 notches. That's the number of informal concerts students and faculty of the...
  • Tortuga Music Festival sets record with 2015 attendance, names headliner for 2016

    Tortuga Music Festival sets record with 2015 attendance, names headliner for 2016
    Blake Shelton will be the headliner for Tortuga Music Festival 2016 on Fort Lauderdale beach, organizers announced Sunday night. Shelton, whose string of hits includes “Mine Would Be You,” “Sure Be Cool if You Did,” “Over&...
  • Review: Bach Choir, LU Philharmonic concert is a joyful and rousing celebration

    Review: Bach Choir, LU Philharmonic concert is a joyful and rousing celebration
    It’s a good thing Baker Hall, in Zoellner Arts Center on the Lehigh University campus, has a big stage. There was little room to spare Friday night when the Lehigh University Philharmonic was joined by nearly 200 singers from the Bach Choir of...
  • Coachella Festival's epic factor plays out in the music, good and bad

    Coachella Festival's epic factor plays out in the music, good and bad
    Abel Tesfaye, the Canadian R&B singer known as the Weeknd, is not a man given to exaggerated cheer. In his dark but sensual music, which has exploded in popularity since he released a series of albums on the Internet in 2011, he describes a world of...
  • Community news for Putnam edition

    Earth Day Fair ASHFORD – The Earth Day Fair, a fundraising event for the birds of prey at the Horizon Wings Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, 9 Sand Hill Road, Ashford, will be held on Saturday, April 25, at 10 a.m. This event will features tours...
  • 'American Idol'-type jazz competition to be held at Moravian College

    'American Idol'-type jazz competition to be held at Moravian College
    An area organization wants students who are interested in “American Idol” to get jazzed. The Pennsylvania Jazz Collective will hold its own version of the FOX-TV show “American Idol” at 7:30 p.m. April 29 at Moravian College&...
  • Peninsula R&B singers will perform at benefit show

    Peninsula R&B singers will perform at benefit show
    HAMPTON – Three local R&B performers will headline Sounds of Hampton Roads, a benefit show at the Fort Monroe Theatre on Saturday. The Myra Smith Experience from Newport News – scheduled to perform at this year's Hampton Jazz Festival...
  • Tortuga Day 2 review: Zac Brown, Chase Rice

    Tortuga Day 2 review: Zac Brown, Chase Rice
    Early on in Zac Brown’s rollicking Sunday-night set at the Tortuga Music Festival, he stood alone on a section of stage that extended into the crowd to deliver the closing lyrics of a song that had put his solar-heated fans into fist-pumping...
  • CJO, George Freeman make for a joyous jazz weekend

    CJO, George Freeman make for a joyous jazz weekend
    Every organization needs a home, and it's just possible that Jeff Lindberg's Chicago Jazz Orchestra has found one. On Saturday evening, the CJO — which has worked practically every venue in town since its founding in 1978 — played its...