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Lyric’s Porgy and Bess Review –Tragic or Triumphant?

Lyric’s Porgy and Bess Review –Tragic or Triumphant? Lyric’s production of Porgy and Bess is a triumph in its mastery of every aspect of its art form: it got gripping from the get-go when that strange, sheer, prophetic “curtain” was lifted

Music Artist Roger Neal Releases First Christmas Song - Behind the Christmas Lights

Music Artist Roger Neal Releases First Christmas Song - Behind the Christmas Lights  18 yr. old music artist Roger Neal is a new artist poised to take the music industry by storm

CSO Plays Brandenburg Concertos Review-Kraemer's Lightness Carries it Off

CSO Plays Brandenburg Concertos Review-Kraemer's Lightness Carries it Off The Chicago Symphony Orchestra's presentation of all six of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos is a success thanks to its conductor's light touch

A Wondrous Sound Review - The Lyric Opera Chorus Celebrates a New Season

A Wondrous Sound Review - The Lyric Opera Chorus Celebrates a New Season The Lyric Opera of Chicago is sixty years old and special events of all kinds are taking place in and around the city, including a performance by the Lyric Opera Chorus at Evanston's Alice Millar Chapel

Feelin’ Kind of Irie-With The Dimestore Prophets

Feelin’ Kind of Irie-With The Dimestore Prophets The Dimestore Prophets bringing their feel-good sound to a venue near you this Fall

Plastic Plates at Mister H review - Atmospheric House Music in the Dark

Plastic Plates at Mister H review - Atmospheric House Music in the Dark Groovy beats add to the atmosphere of a sexy, dark SoHo club

CSO’s Beyond the Score “a pierre dream” – Review –Rich, Multi-layered Portrait of Boulez and His Music

CSO’s Beyond the Score “a pierre dream” – Review –Rich, Multi-layered Portrait of Boulez and His Music Frank Gehry and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Beyond the Score creators team up to give a moving portrait of living legend Pierre Boulez

Goodbye to Philip Hodge, "The Opera Nut", Splash Magazine's Opera Reviewer

Goodbye to Philip Hodge, "The Opera Nut", Splash Magazine's Opera Reviewer Splash Magazines has lost a contributor extraordinaire, our very own "Opera Nut". For the past five years, Philip Hodge has contributed wonderful reviews of opera and theater all around San Francisco

Jazz Legendary John T. Peek - The African American Philharmonic Orchestra Will Perform Christmas Concerts and More

Jazz Legendary John T. Peek - The African American Philharmonic Orchestra Will Perform Christmas Concerts and More Legendary Jazz Musician-Conductor John T. Peek, at age 86 of the African American Philharmonic Orchestra (AAPO) still performing after being the first black orchestra many years ago and still enjoying the Holiday Season in concerts and other festivities

Beyond the Aria Review-Blythe's Charismatic Performance Carries the Day

Beyond the Aria Review-Blythe's Charismatic Performance Carries the Day A fine trio of vocalists headline installment of Lyric Opera/Harris Theater series, but star mezzo steals the show

Măcelaru Conducts Chicago Symphony Orchestra – Brahms, Bruch, and Dvořák

Măcelaru Conducts Chicago Symphony Orchestra – Brahms, Bruch, and Dvořák Personable pre-concert speaker brings Brahms, Bruch and Dvořák newly alive-- followed by a transporting CSO performance

Lyric Opera’s “Il Trovatore” Review – A Grand Production

Lyric Opera’s “Il Trovatore” Review – A Grand Production I had the opportunity of seeing the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s production of Giuseppe Verdi’s "Il Trovatore", thereby enjoying some of the most beautiful music in all of opera and the dramatic story it tells

Holcombe Waller “Wayfinders” Review – Sci-Fi Flavored Musical Expressionism

Holcombe Waller “Wayfinders” Review – Sci-Fi Flavored Musical Expressionism "Wayfinders" may have created a new genre of sci-fi inspired musical expressionism

Escape with The Great Escape

Escape with The Great Escape West Coast band The Great Escape releases self-titled debut album.

The City Winery presents Duncan Sheik Review – Pop Rock in an Urban Setting

The City Winery presents Duncan Sheik Review – Pop Rock in an Urban Setting Great music and an outstanding venue, Duncan Sheik at the City Winery was a real treat

National Center for the Performing Arts of Beijing Review – An Afternoon to Remember

National Center for the Performing Arts of Beijing Review – An Afternoon to Remember My husband and I had the good fortune of being a part of the audience at Symphony Center when the orchestra at the National Center for the Performing Arts of Beijing began its North American tour here, in Chicago

NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC Review – Hip Hop Is NOT Dead !

NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC Review – Hip Hop Is NOT Dead ! Nas celebrates his 20th Anniversary for his very first Album release of Illmatic through his documentary Nas: Time Is Illmatic and a follow-up performance

Jelani Latee - Reminds us it's OK to Feel Good

Jelani Latee - Reminds us it's OK to Feel Good Planing on making a few needed changes to the current Hip Hop horizon. He's a rare breed of street and cultured, classy but still cool

“Beyond the Aria” Review – Lyric Opera Serenade on Pritzker Stage

“Beyond the Aria” Review – Lyric Opera Serenade on Pritzker Stage Lyric Opera voices in an intimate cabaret-like setting on Pritzker Stage

Bella Voce Faire is the Heaven Review - All-British Choral Program a Winner

Bella Voce Faire is the Heaven Review - All-British Choral Program a Winner Renowned local ensemble serves up another winner in an impressive setting

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