The Puccini favorite returns to Chicago, bringing few surprises in new World War-II set production
Sundance announced that the 2015 Sundance Film Festival’s A Celebration of Music in Film’concert on January 25 will be a tribute to jazz icon Nina Simone.
CSO's MusicNOW explores new ground, goes unusual places with eclectic program
Iliona Blanc, french sensation in Hollywood marking territory with new album called French Kiss
Sundance Film Festival brings the most original storytellers together with the most adventurous audiences for its annual program of dramatic and documentary films, shorts, new Frontier films, installations, performances, panels, and music events
The intimate "Beyond the Aria" performance bathed attendees in sweet song
Cozy and Charming - Two Performances remain of "I Don't Remember You: Broadway's Cult Classics, Vol. II"
Vasily Petrenko conducts CSO in works by Elgar, Beethoven and Rachmaninov
Dmitri and Anna Shelest performed from the four hand piano repertoire at the last Dame Myra Hess concert of 2014
Yana Reznik, a pianist with an eye to making classical music more accessible to a contemporary audience, entertained with a program of encore pieces at the Dame Myra Hess concert on December 24
Wu Tang Clan’s Audio Producer/Engineer BT Rockwell Pens His Debut Fiction Book “Burn Me Up Fast” taking readers on a journey with Byron Bella who travels the path of overcoming fear to embrace your dreams and to open yourself to love.
Nate Paladino new music, Good Boy
The Apollo Chorus' "Handel's Messiah" is a tradition of the holiday season to bookmark
The Torn Images born again, with Reviver
CSO Principal Percussionist Cynthia Yeh is solo star in varied program under baton of Prieto
The Golden State Pops Orchestra's Holiday POPS Spectacular featured a diverse program that included classical carols and festive music from It’s a Wonderful Life, Home Alone, The Polar Express, Frozen, A Christmas Carol and many films
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