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LA Opera's Billy Budd - A Fascinating Study of Innocence Betrayed

LA Opera's Billy Budd - A Fascinating Study of Innocence Betrayed Although everyone on the ship’s crew really wants to save Billy, there is no way out for him

Emancipator - A Trip Hop Great Delivers An Extraordinary New York Performance

Emancipator - A Trip Hop Great Delivers An Extraordinary New York Performance A producer has combined trip hop and classical music, made sweet unsurpassed melodies, charmed a variety of music fans, and is now on tour dominating every venue he plays. This force is better know as, Emancipator

Rusalka at Lyric Opera Review-Big Names and Big Promises, Delivered

Rusalka at Lyric Opera Review-Big Names and Big Promises, Delivered The Lyric Opera's first-ever production of Antonin Dvorak's opera is studded with stars who make us wonder what took them so long to stage it

Steve Earle at the City Winery Review - A Postcard From Guitar Town

Steve Earle at the City Winery Review - A Postcard From Guitar Town Steve Earle, with a two hour plus solo acoustic set, electrified in his second of three back to back sold out shows at the City Winery

The Unlikely Candidates EP Review - A Band Outstanding And Undeniably Unique

The Unlikely Candidates EP Review - A Band Outstanding And Undeniably Unique The Unlikely Candidates are about to hit the music world by storm. Their EP "The Unlikely Candidates" has the rhythm, spellbinding melodies, and vitality that makes this Texas born band outstanding and undeniably unique

Canon Logic - "Tribute To Great Writing, Be It Literary Or Musical"

Canon Logic -  "Tribute To Great Writing, Be It Literary Or Musical"   Canon Logic are a band undeniably talented, charismatic, passionate, peerless, and includes positively brilliant songwriters. Named from "The Canon Logic", as a "tribute to great writing, be it literary or musical"

We Are the In Crowd- "Weird Kids" Review- More Mature Kids

We Are the In Crowd- "Weird Kids" Review- More Mature Kids That’s the message of the band’s latest effort, appropriately titled, Weird Kids. Through songs of heartbreak, sadness, and coming of age tales, these five kids show that being weird is half the fun of being alive.

Nadene Pita – Violist with a Voice

Nadene Pita – Violist with a Voice Born in New Zealand, but with a memorable Australian childhood, violist Nadene Pita currently explores her musical potentials in Los Angeles providing a remarkably fresh unique mix of sounds accompanied by an incredible voice

Modern Baseball's “You’re Gonna Miss It All” Review- A New Twist on a Stale Genre

Modern Baseball's “You’re Gonna Miss It All” Review- A New Twist on a Stale Genre You may not know Modern Baseball, but I’m hoping that, one day soon, you will. The boys are back with their Run For Cover Records debut, You’re Gonna Miss It All, and it does not disappoint

Joshua Bell Performance Review - The Poet of the Violin

Joshua Bell Performance Review - The Poet of the Violin Violinist Bell and Pianist Haywood co-weave an exquisite musical textile from which an intricately patterned masterpiece emerges

Marshall Dane - One of These Days

Marshall Dane - One of These Days Canadian Country musician Marshall Dane blends country and rock 'n' roll into his own unique sound with the recent release of his new album One of These Days.

Rusalka at MET HD Review - Transported to Another World

Rusalka at MET HD Review - Transported to Another World The chance to see Rusalka with Renee Fleming at a theater nearby was irresistible to me and there is another chance to see this wonderful production on Wednesday, February 12th at 6:30

Chicago Symphony Orchestra Plays Schubert Mass Review-Surprises Abound

Chicago Symphony Orchestra Plays Schubert Mass Review-Surprises Abound Riccardo Muti introduces an unheard Schubert Mass to Chicago, and a piece from a master Italian composer who makes a surprise appearance in person

Porchlight Music Theatre’s “Ain’t Misbehavin” Review – Chicago’s Answer to “After Midnight”

Porchlight Music Theatre’s “Ain’t Misbehavin” Review – Chicago’s Answer to “After Midnight” "Ain't Misbehavin" recreates Harlem Renaissance glory and song

Musical Instrument Museum of Phoenix Review – Savoring the Many Songs of the Soul

Musical Instrument Museum of Phoenix Review – Savoring the Many Songs of the Soul Lovers of world music and students of global culture should not miss Phoenix' Musical Instrument Museum

Panic! At The Disco - "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die" Tour Ignites Boston House of Blues

Panic! At The Disco - "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die" Tour Ignites Boston House of Blues This Is Rock. Panic! At The Disco delivered an all star performance on January 30th at Boston House of Blues. As soon as members Brendon Urie and Dallon Weekes took the stage there wasn't a silent person in the house

Muti Conducts Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review – Rare Duo Cello World Premiere Bookended by Schubert

Muti Conducts Chicago Symphony Orchestra Review – Rare Duo Cello World Premiere Bookended by Schubert Chicago Symphony Center hosts the world premiere of an exciting new work that is part of the rare two cello and orchestra repertoire

"Only In Louisiana" Brunch Review-The Best Of The Big Easy

"Only In Louisiana" Brunch Review-The Best Of The Big Easy The Big Easy doesn't find it hard to produce a bevy of talent each year worthy of a Grammy and the annual "Only In Louisiana" Brunch gave us a wonderful, and delicious, first seat to the history, cuisine, artists, and music of their proud state

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Review - Guest Conductor Matthew Halls at UCLA's Royce Hall

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Review - Guest Conductor Matthew Halls at UCLA's Royce Hall The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) continued its long established relationship with the Oregon Bach Festival by welcoming the festival’s new artistic director Mathew Halls as guest conductor at UCLA’s Royce Hall

David Pack Interview - Flawlessly Blends Music and Wine In The Album 'Napa Crossroads'

David Pack Interview - Flawlessly Blends Music and Wine In The Album 'Napa Crossroads' David Pack lends us his vision, and honorary judgment to not only explain but lead us through his journey of where Napa and its surrounding cities come together and flourish through wine and music

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