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1 hr ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune
We've arrived at that odd time of the classical music year when outdoor concerts are winding down, while indoor seasons are beginning to ramp up.
1 hr ago | NewsFactor
Nude photos, videos, and personal files belonging to actress Jennifer Lawrence and other Hollywood celebrities were stolen from Apple's iCloud storage service and released on the Internet on Sunday.
1 hr ago | NewsFactor
Nude photos, videos, and personal files belonging to Jennifer Lawrence and other Hollywood celebrities were stolen from Apple's iCloud storage service and released on the Internet on Sunday.
3 hrs ago | The Northern Echo
The 47-year-old tenor will perform at Durham Cathedral on Monday, November 24, before heading to Scotland, Wales, the south and the Midlands and finishing at Manchester Monastery on Monday, December 15. The Salford-born star, who has sold more than seven million albums worldwide, said: "This will be my first Christmas tour.
3 hrs ago | The Age
The programs, they are a-changing, particularly with local chamber groups. Ensemble Liaison offers clever fusions of the predictable and the totally unexpected; ditto the Seraphim Trio, the Consort of Melbourne, the venerable Australian String Quartet.
7 hrs ago | Korea Herald
The Camarata Music Company Chamber Singers will hold its "Camarata Pops" concert this month to usher in autumn with some easy listening.
Austin-based theater troupe Rude Mechanicals makes its debut in Durham with "Now Now Oh Now," an interactive performance that delves into questions of beauty, evolution, choice and chance.
The concert, to be held on Sunday 7th September, will be the first by a Gulf-based ensemble in the 120-year history of The BBC Proms, the world's largest classical music festival.
The event held at Pease Auditorium was hosted as a centennial event for the building on Friday, June 27th, 2014.
September 9 A new album from one of the most internationally successful Brazilian artists of all time.
The tenor says he is "thrilled" to be able to bring classical music to a festival normally known for its pop and rock acts.
Who knew that one of the best made-for-Labor Day speeches in American history would be delivered by a CEO? And who could have guessed that the summer's major labor story would not be about a CEO saving the jobs of his workers but about the workers saving the job of their CEO? This is the wonder of the happy-ending tale of Market Basket, the New ... (more)
One recent sun-drenched morning, music poured from the windows of a stately home with a million-dollar view of the bay.
Edinburgh lights up during the Virgin Money Fireworks Concert, the traditional closing act in the city's busy festival calendar The Scottish capital's festival season has been brought to a close with a display of hundreds of thousands of fireworks lighting up Edinburgh Castle.
People used to tell Philip "Red" Wick that he wouldn't be able to retire because he didn't have a "real" job.
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Yesterday afternoon Merola alumnus tenor James Benjamin Rodgers returned to San Francisco to give a launch recital for his new CD, Exiled: The Evolution of Kurt Weill .
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 12:13 pm
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