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Elaine Stritch, seen here in this September, 2012, file photo, won a Tony award for her one-woman show Elaine Stritch at Liberty.
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Billy Joel , the regular guy from Long Island who insists he's not a very good piano player, will be the next recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song , the U.S. Library of Congress announced Tuesday.
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A SHIPLEY musician who played with the area's best known brass bands before forging a successful career in London has been killed in a car crash.
12 hrs ago | The Age
This concert of Piano Quintets offered an opportunity to see several prized possessions of the Australian Chamber Orchestra's instrument catalogue.
14 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal
JOSEPH and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat combined with The Jeremy Kyle Show for New Forest Primary School's latest production.
18 hrs ago | This Is Lancashire
Kanye West has cleared up some rumours about what really went on during his wedding day and explained why wife Kim Kardashian is his "dinosaur".
19 hrs ago | On An Overgrown Path
Attention has been drawn by Norman Lebrecht to the poor ticket sales for Freiburg Opera performances of Parsifal and TannhA user this week at the Norwich Theatre Royal.
'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,' based on the novel by Ken Kesey, runs Aug. 2-31 at freeFall Theatre in St. Petersburg.
Ekachai Jearakul is so over competing in classical guitar competitions. His first place win at the 2014 Guitar Foundation of America International Artist Competition in Los Angeles, known as "the Olympics of classic guitar", will also be his last.
One of the best new bands I came across during my recent trip to the UK was the eight-member, London-based outfit, Ibibio Sound Machine.
Composer John Adams often has described his transformation from born-and-bred New Englander to born-again West Coaster.
"I can resist everything except temptation," playwright Oscar Wilde famously wrote.
The music of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies has always proven thought-provoking without ever crossing into presumptuousness.
A crowd of more than 7,000 invaded Hatfield House for the 14th annual Battle Proms open air picnic concert on Saturday night.
Every Monday morning at 9:15, I join John Birge on Classical MPR to talk about a few of the stories we've been featuring on our website.
Our reviewer says it is 'completely unthinkable' that a venue that can host performances of this quality could ever be under threat of closure Before this superb opening concert in the 2014 Welsh Proms season began it seemed extraordinary to think the annual musical celebration in the nation's only purpose-built concert hall could be under threat.
An art lesson from John Adams. Here is an instance when the catalogue picture doesn't tell the entire story.
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