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  • Southington-based Chorale To Perform 'Messiah' For Last Concert

    SOUTHINGTON — Handel's "Messiah" is mostly joyous music, but it will serve as requiem on Dec. 14 when the Chorale Connecticut performs the Christmas section of the 17-century masterpiece as its final concert. "We are really prepared for it, but...
  • Bach Choir celebrates Mary and her faith

    Bach Choir celebrates Mary and her faith
    Christmas is coming, and even if we might not all be singing carols, we'll at least be hearing them, even if just from gas station loudspeakers. Shepherds, the wise men and angels are the frequent flyers, mentioned multiple times in repeated verses....
  • Calendar

    December isn't all sing-alongs and tree lightings. The holiday season also brings its share of drama (on stage in addition to your homes) and jazz performances. Lunch Alone, As Ever In the late 1970s, Lydia Lunch was an integral part of New York City'...
  • Tortuga Music Festival 2015: Zac Brown Band, Kenny Chesney

    Tortuga Music Festival 2015: Zac Brown Band, Kenny Chesney
    It would be hard to find two acts that better represent the laidback spirit and the outsized ambitions of the Tortuga Music Festival than the headliners announced for the 2015 event on Fort Lauderdale beach: the Zac Brown Band and Kenny Chesney. The two...
  • Weezer takes time on new music

    Weezer takes time on new music
    After releasing three albums between 2008 and 2010, power-pop veterans Weezer took a more deliberate approach to the creation of the new "Everything Will Be Alright in the End." The band's ninth studio album also reunited frontman Rivers Cuomo and his...
  • Friday: Vienna Boys Choir performs at Symphony Hall

    The famed Vienna Boys Choir returns to the Lehigh Valley Dec. 5 for a holiday concert at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. The best-known and most prolific boys' choir in the world will present a diverse program, from beloved Christmas tunes and medieval...
  • Hampton Roads holiday calendar

    Here is a list of holiday events around the Hampton Roads area. It will be updated regularly. NEWPORT NEWS Thursday, Nov. 27-Jan. 1: Celebration in Lights at Newport News Park, 13560 Jefferson Avenue, opens on Thanksgiving and runs through New Year's...
  • From Miles to Mancini, a sweeping range of jazz

    From Miles to Mancini, a sweeping range of jazz
    The stylistic breadth of material in this year's best boxed sets was vast: Miles Davis: "Miles at the Fillmore" (Columbia/Legacy; $49.98). Call it jazz, rock, fusion, whatever, the music that trumpeter Davis made in his "Bitches Brew" period changed the...
  • Brass Band of Central Florida plays at 3 free holiday concerts

    Brass Band of Central Florida plays at 3 free holiday concerts
    The St. Luke's Concert Series annual free holiday concert will feature the Brass Band of Central Florida in three performances this weekend, beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5. Saturday's shows are at 2 and 7 p.m. Under the direction of Chad Shoopman,...
  • 'Gabba!' creator still rocking the cradle

    'Gabba!' creator still rocking the cradle
    As co-creator of the hit children's show "Yo Gabba Gabba!" and a founding member of the crime-fighting, guitar-strumming Aquabats, Christian Jacobs has been a robot, a superhero and a rock star. Fathers, take heed. This is the kind of résumé that you...
  • We felt caged: Seven stories of Rock River Academy

     We felt caged: Seven stories of Rock River Academy
    In its investigation of Rock River Academy in Rockford, the Tribune examined thousands of pages of confidential juvenile case files and other records but also interviewed 20 former residents for their recollections of life inside the facility. Those...