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Lucia di Lammermoor at the Lyric Opera Review – Hasn’t the poor girl suffered enough?

Lucia di Lammermoor at the Lyric Opera Review – Hasn’t the poor girl suffered enough? If you love the music of Lucia di Lammermoor and have always really wondered what it would look like gorgeously costumed and set in a gray box, you’re in luck. This production is what the Lyric Opera is offering from October 15 to November 6.

Soviet Images and Sounds Review – CSO Chamber Music Series at the Art Institute of Chicago

Soviet Images and Sounds Review – CSO Chamber Music Series at the Art Institute of Chicago   The Chamber Music Series at The Art Institute of Chicago is a kind of hidden treasure that comes with a bonus

Omara Portuondo at the Chicago Symphony Review - No Slowing Her Down

Omara Portuondo at the Chicago Symphony Review - No Slowing Her Down Omara Portuondo gave a masters-level class to Chicago on how to perform. And after 70 years of performing not many people know better than her.

David Afkham/Emanuel Ax Review- Beethoven, Shostakovich and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

David Afkham/Emanuel Ax Review- Beethoven, Shostakovich and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra On October 20-22, 2016 Guest Conductor David Arkham led the Chicago Symphony and pianist Emanuel Ax in a thrilling program of Beethoven and Shostakovich

A Krzystof Pastor/Joffrey Ballet Masterpiece Review- "Romeo and Juliet" opens at The Auditorium

A Krzystof Pastor/Joffrey Ballet Masterpiece Review- "Romeo and Juliet" opens at The Auditorium "Romeo and Juliet", currently being presented by The Joffrey Ballet at The Auditorium Theater is a brilliant modern ballet, perfectly staged with a great score by Prokofiev beautifully performed by The Chicago Philharmonic

Jacob Groth Interview - Murder Mystery Sound, Redefined

Jacob Groth Interview - Murder Mystery Sound, Redefined  Danish Composer Jacob Groth candidly talks to Splash Magazine about the 'Nordic' sound that has him on high demand in the US. Groth is scoring the long awaited reboot of 90s thriller, Flatliners and the new fantasy series Midnight Texas

Ear Taxi/Chicago Latino Music festival and MusicNOW Review- An "embarassment of riches" : new music in Chicago

Ear Taxi/Chicago Latino Music festival and MusicNOW Review- An "embarassment of riches" : new music in Chicago The Ear Taxi Festival ran from October 5 through October 10, 2016; on October 7 it opened with a joint presentation by the Chicago Latino Music Festival; it concluded with the season opener of the CSO's MusicNOW series

Gaffigan conducts Franck, Vine/Mulcahy and Prokofiev Review- the CSO performs a hallucinatory world premiere

Gaffigan conducts Franck, Vine/Mulcahy and Prokofiev Review- the CSO performs a hallucinatory world premiere Guest Conductor James Gaffigan conducted the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a diverse program showcasing 2 Australian artists- Carl Vine composed "Five Hallucinations" for CSO trombonist Michael Mulcahy

Rebeck Play "Seared" Review - Opens SF Playhouse's 14th Season

Rebeck Play "Seared" Review - Opens SF Playhouse's 14th Season Award-winning playwright, television writer and novelist Theresa Rebeck shares "Seared," commissioned play that pokes fun at trials and tribulations of star chef, partner and staff when growing pains impact their restaurant's business

In Conversation with Sharing Notes Ear Taxi Composition Competition Winner Parisa Sabet

In Conversation with Sharing Notes Ear Taxi Composition Competition Winner Parisa Sabet A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak with composer Parisa Sabet, the winner of the Sharing Notes Ear Taxi Composition Competition. Read on to learn more about Parisa, what drew her to the competition and the...

"Unhinged" Review - The Chicago Sinfonietta Opens the 2016-2017 Season

"Unhinged" Review - The Chicago Sinfonietta Opens the 2016-2017 Season The 29th season of The Chicago Sinfonietta opened with a unique concert, "Unhinged", featuring The Anderson and Roe Piano duo and piano prodigy Clayton Stephenson

"Legendary Lovers" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic opens the 2016-2017 season of "Love" at Pick-Staiger Hall

"Legendary Lovers" Review- The Chicago Philharmonic opens the 2016-2017 season of "Love" at Pick-Staiger Hall The Chicago Philharmonic opened it's 27th season with a concert about "Legendary Lovers"; accompanied by guest opera stars Emily Birsan and John Irvin, the orchestra wowed the audience at Pick-Staiger Hall

Rembrandt Chamber Musicians European Mosaic Review – Beautiful Music of Eastern Europe

Rembrandt Chamber Musicians European Mosaic Review – Beautiful Music of Eastern Europe My experience with the Rembrandt Chamber Musicians began with their season opener, at the Music Institute of Chicago in Evanston, which was a delight

The 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival and it's Artistic Directors Review - Two great composers discuss their music and the festival

The 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival and it's Artistic Directors Review - Two great composers discuss their music and the festival Composers Gustavo Leone and Elbio Barilari, Co-Artistic Directors of the 11th Chicago Latino Music Festival discuss their work and their hopes for the ongoing Festival

Review of Verdi's Macbeth at LA Opera: Spellbinding!

Review of Verdi's Macbeth at LA Opera: Spellbinding! Witches and demons dominate the landscape in Verdi's Macbeth at LA Opera - it seems to say, "Don't go to fortune-tellers!"

KAABOO 2016 - A Little Kaa Boom and a Little More Kaa Bust

KAABOO 2016 - A Little Kaa Boom and a Little More Kaa Bust KAABOO tagged itself as “The Ultimate Mix Experience” and no one could argue that the three day lineup would have any music fan salivating. But while acts had big names and lived up to their billing, all was not good in Del Mar

Up!Up! Launch Party at the MCA Preview- A Great Party for a Great Purpose

Up!Up! Launch Party at the MCA Preview- A Great Party for a Great Purpose On September 25, 2016 the MCA will host a spectacular launch party on behalf of the Michael G. Nicholas charitable foundation- an exciting melange of art, poetry, dance and music

Lexus Hosts Celebration for Season 6 Of Lexus Verses & Flow - Premiere Set for October 26th on TV One

Lexus Hosts Celebration for Season 6 Of Lexus Verses & Flow - Premiere Set for October 26th on TV One The Lexus Verses & Flow Special Premieres October 26th taped live at Avalon in Hollywood. The Season 6 celebration hosted by Lexus includes musical guests, and critically acclaimed poets with new host Dondre Whitfield of RHOH on TV One's Fall Lineup

Augusta Read Thomas speaks about The "Ear Taxi Festival" Preview- A Great Composer Helps Create a Great Music Festival

Augusta Read Thomas speaks about The "Ear Taxi Festival" Preview- A Great Composer Helps Create a Great Music Festival Augusta Read Thomas, a world-renowned composer, speaks about her vision for the upcoming Ear Taxi Festival

Latino Music Festival Review- A wonderful program of music September 8- December 1, 2016

Latino Music Festival Review- A wonderful program of music September 8- December 1, 2016 The 11th Annual Latino Music Festival announces a world-class lineup of Latin American and Spanish Classical Music September 8- December 1, 2016

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