The ever so talented Lourdes Duque Baron released her new single La Vie En Rose : Harlem Shake via iTunes and other major online retailers.
Chicago Sinfonietta's noteworthy music educational outreach programs are making rare print available as part of fundraising effort.
City Winery overflowed with acoustic talent-- Leo Kottke and Kim Churchill-- and good food and wine to boot
Sunday, July 14, 2013 maestro Victor Wener and the California Philharmonic invited audiences once again to join in and listen at a sold out matinee of Andrew Llyod Webber Meets Puccini at the majestic Disney Hall downtown Los Angeles.
Morrison Hotel Gallery is showcasing a special photography exhibit by one of the most respected and accomplished talents in the music industry, Dave Stewart- best known for his work beside Annie Lennox in the pop-rock band Eurythmics
The Forecastle Music Festival- a 3 day, fun-filled sensational music event held at Louisville’s Water-front Park on Witherspoon and River Road. The sensational music festival brought crowds from around the world
A broadcast from the Met's first staging of a lesser-known opera by Rossini reveals a hidden gem.
Student, faculty and alumni music groups will take to the road July 19-30 between Los Angeles and Chicago
The musical directed by Brian Lohmann, produced by Tom Coleman, is set during the tumultuous times of the 60is where two sub cultures, Rockers and Mods, roam the streets of London
TAIKOPROJECT, the Arabic-Japanese musical fusion of bass pounding oversized drums, performed their Rhythmic Relations 2013 at the John Anson Ford Theatre in Hollywood on June 29th 2013.
One of the most crowd-pleasing operas in the repertoire combines brilliant vocal music with an implausible, hackneyed melodramatic plot
ECLA's international campaign dubbed Gateway to Hell is an effort to stop airline companies from shipping primates to laboratories around the world.
The Morrison Hotel Gallery held an exhibition of photographs by rock music’s favorite muse and former wife of George Harrison and Eric Clapton: Pattie Boyd, at their West Hollywood gallery location.
The California Philharmonic opened its summer season on a hot Saturday, June 29th, 2013 on the green of the Santa Anita Race track in Arcadia, California
A concert held at Milan's La Scala opera house and transmitted to cinemas across the world showcases some slightly uncharacteristic orchestral work from the composer's early period
Ben Caron’s self-titled debut album released on June 4, 2013. A culmination of three fully fan-funded EPs his full-length album is driven by the universal themes and relationships
“His sound is so huge, it seems like it is everywhere and is as much coming to him as from him. He appears to be drawing in the sound while drawing in the listener"
Josey Milner burst onto the international radio with her first release, a cover version of Miranda Lambert’s “Dead Flowers.” The debut single received airplay in Belgium, Netherlands, Australia, UK, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Canada, Poland and Japan
“A Rose by any other name would smell as sweet…” said Juliet, in Shakespeare’s famous play, Romeo and Juliet. The question is, would they sound as sweet as THIS Rose? Part down-home country girl, part sophisticated musical veteran, Amy Rose
The northern-most state in America is right where up-and-coming country artist, Doug Briney’s career is heating up. With two nominations in the 2013 ICMAA, this God-fearing road warrior, might just be the original Alaskan Cowboy