Rock legends U2 announce their new 2015 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour with legs in Europe and North America.
Jazz crooners, Lourdes Duque Baron and Ron Ellington Shy charmed a packed audience at Upstairs at Vitellos on Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014.
Trapeze in San Francisco was off the chains, For a cover of $20.00 bucks, this show can't be matched anywhere. By the end of the night I couldn't tell performers from the audience, as the Stage and the House were a tumultuous writhing mix of all
A trio of fairly standard repertoire distinguished by lively interpretation at Orchestra Hall
Fullerton Hall at the Art Institute of Chicago is the perfect venue for chamber music and the chance to combine paintings with music
Classic circus fare feel brings a component of innocence and fun; that feeling of being care-free at the summer carnival.
From the fist-pounding “Renegade” and “Rockin’ In Paradise” to the softer “Lady” and “Sweet Madame Blue”, Styx was running on all engines
A superlative performance of Rossini's final opera, a rarely performed gem, showcases a lot more than its famous overture
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
18 yr. old music artist Roger Neal is a new artist poised to take the music industry by storm
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra's presentation of all six of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos is a success thanks to its conductor's light touch
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
The Dimestore Prophets bringing their feel-good sound to a venue near you this Fall
Groovy beats add to the atmosphere of a sexy, dark SoHo club
Frank Gehry and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Beyond the Score creators team up to give a moving portrait of living legend Pierre Boulez
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
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
A fine trio of vocalists headline installment of Lyric Opera/Harris Theater series, but star mezzo steals the show
Personable pre-concert speaker brings Brahms, Bruch and Dvořák newly alive-- followed by a transporting CSO performance
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