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  • 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,...
  • It's holiday-concert season at local middle, high schools

    The Leesburg High School Swing Band and Big Band will have its third annual "Swing in the Holidays Dinner and Concert" on Dec. 12 in the cafeteria of the school, 1401 Yellow Jacket Way. The menu includes chicken marsala, salad, rice pilaf, green beans,...
  • Musicians get into holiday spirit with concerts

    Concerts and shows will help usher in the holiday season with spirit and style. Check out the following happenings. • The Florida Lakes Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Eimear Noone will present its holiday concert in...
  • Maestro hopes a free concert will lead to more

    Maestro hopes a free concert will lead to more
    O'Shea Hall on the campus of Our Lady of Lourdes in West Boca was almost full three weeks before the free performance. So maestro Lorraine Marks-Field wants to make sure everyone calls 561-482-8206 to reserve a seat for the 10th anniversary season's...
  • 'A night of faith and beauty' in Deerfield

     'A night of faith and beauty' in Deerfield
    Cantor Jennifer Frost of B'nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim in Deerfield invokes the Yiddish word beshert, which means "meant to be," to describe the Dec. 6 concert featuring four of the most renowned singer-songwriters in contemporary Jewish music....
  • It's the sounds of holiday music

    It's the sounds of holiday music
    Nothing beats live music for tuning into the holiday season. Choral and jazz concerts, madrigal dinners and more are coming to stages in the south suburbs this week and next. Calumet City The Governors State University Concert Chorale, previously...
  • REVIEW: Flogging Molly at Sands brings together the best of Celtic and punk

    REVIEW: Flogging Molly at Sands brings together the best of Celtic and punk
    One of the great attractions of the original punk rock movement was the energy and intensity bands brought to the stage – as if the music meant something and the bands did their best to get it across to you. Turns out that spirit isn’t...
  • CFCArts' 'Home for the Holidays' salutes big band, swing music

     CFCArts' 'Home for the Holidays' salutes big band, swing music
    Central Florida Community Arts journeys to the 1930s and '40s for its "Home for the Holidays" concert, performed by its CFCArts Community Choir and Symphony Orchestra. During those decades, the music of Christmas found its sound — and big band and...
  • Music Center's 50th-anniversary gala amps up energy to a fault

     Music Center's 50th-anniversary gala amps up energy to a fault
    Times, tastes, fashions and spectacles have changed in the past half-century. The Music Center has noticed. In 1964, the Memorial Pavilion, the first of the Music Center's four theaters and the one that would later be named for Dorothy Chandler,...