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Photo Coverage: Andrea Bocelli Honors Sirio Maccioni at Le CirquePhoto Coverage: Andrea Bocelli Honors Sirio Maccioni at Le Cirque
by Stephen Sorokoff - December 17, 2014

It's not about food portions at Le Cirque, it's about the proportion of love that Sirio Maccioni and family have for their patrons and for the City of New York. Last night Andrea Bocelli presented Sirio with The Andrea Bocelli Humanitarian Award as part of the celebration honoring Le Cirque's 40th Anniversary. (more...)


Photo Flash: Inside Apollo Chorus' 135th Anniversary Performance of Handel's MESSIAHPhoto Flash: Inside Apollo Chorus' 135th Anniversary Performance of Handel's MESSIAH
by BWW News Desk - December 11, 2014

The Apollo Chorus, Chicago's oldest musical organization, performed their signature rendition of the choral masterpieceHandel's "Messiah" to a capacity crowd on Saturday, December 6 at 3:00 p.m. at Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center, 220 S. Michigan Ave. A second concert will take place on Saturday, December 20 at 3:00 p.m. at Harris Theater for Music & Dance, 205 E. Randolph Drive. Handel's "Messiah" has been performed by The Apollo Chorus nearly every December since 1879. Few works today are as celebrated or beloved as Handel's Messiah, and this annual performance has become a holiday tradition for many Chicago families. (more...)


Photo Coverage: Phil Coulter & Andy Cooney Present Celtic Twilight Christmas at Carnegie HallPhoto Coverage: Phil Coulter & Andy Cooney Present Celtic Twilight Christmas at Carnegie Hall
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - December 09, 2014

On Dec. 8, 2014, Carnegie Hall presented 'Celtic Twilight Christmas' Staring Phil Coulter, Andy Cooney with special Guests Geraldine Branagan, The Hibernian Festival Singers and Celtic Twilight Christmas String Quartet in a show to benefit Hope House Ministries. (more...)


Photo Flash: Anthony Kearns PSA for Wells of Life to be Released for ThanksgivingPhoto Flash: Anthony Kearns PSA for Wells of Life to be Released for Thanksgiving
by BWW News Desk - November 28, 2014

Wells of Life, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, is releasing a new Public Service Announcement (PSA) with a special Thanksgivings Day message by renowned tenor, Anthony Kearns. (more...)


Photo Coverage: Even More Pictures from The New York Pops' AN EVENING WITH THE ORCHESTRAPhoto Coverage: Even More Pictures from The New York Pops' AN EVENING WITH THE ORCHESTRA
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - November 16, 2014

The New York Pops' 32nd season continued on Friday, November 14, 2014, 7:30PM at Carnegie Hall, with By Special Request: An Evening with the Orchestra, starring the musicians of The New York Pops led by Steven Reineke. BroadwayWorld brings you even more photos of the event below! (more...)


Photo Flash: Anthony Kearns Performs at 4th Annual Wells of Life Gala and AuctionPhoto Flash: Anthony Kearns Performs at 4th Annual Wells of Life Gala and Auction
by BWW News Desk - November 12, 2014

The 4th Annual Wells of Life Gala and Auction took place on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Mission Viejo Country Club with the Laguna Beach 501(c) (3) nonprofit - raising record-setting gross receipts in excess of $173,000. Guests enjoyed heavy hors d'oeuvres, a no host cocktail bar, silent and live auctions, and a stunning performance by world-renowned tenor Anthony Kearns. Scroll down for photos! (more...)


Photo Coverage: Inside New York Pops' 32nd Season Opener, ALL YOU NEED IS LOVEPhoto Coverage: Inside New York Pops' 32nd Season Opener, ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE
by Stephen Sorokoff - October 25, 2014

Last tonight, The New York Pops - a symphonic orchestra known for presenting popular programs of exceptional quality - launched its 32nd season at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage with All You Need is Love: The Music of The Beatles. (more...)


Photo Flash: First Look at String Quartet ETHEL at Denison UniversityPhoto Flash: First Look at String Quartet ETHEL at Denison University
by BWW News Desk - September 17, 2014

GRANVILLE, Ohio—Denison University announces the launch of its first Ensemble-in-Residence program, a collaboration between the Department of Music and the Vail Series. The Ensemble-in-Residence program will engage the entire campus and the greater community in an exploration of music and other academic disciplines. The program will host the renowned string quartet ETHEL for the 2014-2015 academic year. (more...)


Photo Flash: Anthony Kearns Performs in SacramentoPhoto Flash: Anthony Kearns Performs in Sacramento
by BWW News Desk - August 14, 2014

World-renowned Tenor Anthony Kearns, of The Irish Tenors, recently performed two back-to-back concerts, on July 24th and 25th, in Sacramento, CA. Scroll down for photos! (more...)


Composer Lera Auerbach to Launch Bold New Commissioning Project for Upcoming 'Concerto for Piano and Orchestra'Composer Lera Auerbach to Launch Bold New Commissioning Project for Upcoming 'Concerto for Piano and Orchestra'
by Peter Danish - August 14, 2014

Since she burst onto the scene while still a student a Juilliard, pianist and composer, Lera Auerbach, has always been a bit of a trend setter and rule breaker and her exciting and audacious new project appears to be no exception. It is a global collaborative commissioning project for her new 'Concerto for Piano and Orchestra.' The global aspect of the project will kick off with the composer herself performing the World Premiere, with the Stuttgart Philharmoniker under the baton of Maestro Dan Ettinger on November 24th, of next year. (more...)


Photo Coverage: New York Pops Conducter Steven Reineke Weds Eric Gabbard in Star-Studded CeremonyPhoto Coverage: New York Pops Conducter Steven Reineke Weds Eric Gabbard in Star-Studded Ceremony
by Stephen Sorokoff - August 05, 2014

Leonard Bernstein titled a book 'The Joy Of Music'. The first time I attended a New York Pops concert with Steven Reineke at the helm that's the first thing I thought of. By the time the last note was played I realized the Pops new music director was much more than that. Steven also represents The Joy Of Life. Then, Steven met Eric, an equivalently matched person with whom to travel on life's journey. (more...)


Photo Flash: N'Kenge Joins Indianapolis Symphony for 'CLASSIC FM' ConcertPhoto Flash: N'Kenge Joins Indianapolis Symphony for 'CLASSIC FM' Concert
by BWW News Desk - July 24, 2014

N'Kenge (Motown: The Musical, Sondheim on Sondheim), reunited with Pops Conductor Jack Everly to perform as a soloist with the Indianapolis Symphony in a new concert CLASSIC FM: RADIO HITS FROM THE DECADES. Below, BroadwayWorld has exclusive photos from opening night! (more...)


Photo Flash: A Look Back on Prolific Career of Maestro Lorin MaazelPhoto Flash: A Look Back on Prolific Career of Maestro Lorin Maazel
by BWW Special Coverage - July 14, 2014

As BWW reported earlier today, renowned conductor, violinist and composer Lorin Maazel passed away yesterday, July 13th at the age of 84 due to complications of pneumonia. (more...)


Photo Flash: Washington Times Honors America's Veterans with Help of Anthony Kearns and MorePhoto Flash: Washington Times Honors America's Veterans with Help of Anthony Kearns and More
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2014

The Washington Times honored America's veterans, with an emphasis on the dozens of veterans serving in Congress, in a gala celebration just before Memorial Day on May 21, 2014. The ticketed event took place at the Capitol Hill Club from 6 to 8 p.m. The evening's entertainment was provided by renowned tenor Anthony Kearns, who also performed with the National Symphony Orchestra during the 2014 Memorial Day Concert on PBS. Scroll down for photos from the event! (more...)


Photo Flash: Montreal Symphony Orchestra Inaugurates Pipe Organ at Maison SymphoniquePhoto Flash: Montreal Symphony Orchestra Inaugurates Pipe Organ at Maison Symphonique
by BWW News Desk - May 28, 2014

The Montreal Symphony Orchestra tonight inaugurates the pipe organ at Maison Symphonique. The 6,489-pipe colossus is a design collaboration between Jack Diamond, Principal, Diamond Schmitt Architects and Quebec-based organ manufacturer Casavant Freres. Below, hear a preview of the organ as performed by MSO resident organist Jean Willy Kuntz and check out photos of the instrument! (more...)


Photo Coverage: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and May Festival Chorus Rehearsal at Carnegie HallPhoto Coverage: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and May Festival Chorus Rehearsal at Carnegie Hall
by Stephen Sorokoff - May 11, 2014

James Conlon, Music Director of the Cincinnati May Festival since 1979, conducted the May Festival Chorus and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra on Friday, May 9 at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium during the fourth and final installment of the Spring For Music festival. The centerpiece of the Carnegie Hall program is the New York premiere of The Ordering of Moses, a work by Robert Nathaniel Dett that received its world premiere at the 1937 May Festival, performed by a chorus of 350 with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra led by Eugene Goosens. Mr. Conlon opened the program with John Adams' Harmonium. (more...)


Photo Coverage: The New York Pops' KIDS ON STAGE Finalists Attend TalkbackPhoto Coverage: The New York Pops' KIDS ON STAGE Finalists Attend Talkback
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - March 24, 2014

In collaboration with the NYC Department of Education's Borough-Wide Band and Orchestra program, KIDS ON STAGE allows middleschool students the opportunity to experience the professional performance process from the first audition to the final note. This year's finalists included: Sophia Atlas-Ruggirello, Isabel Bruschi, Kaitlyn Cao, Matthew Cuji, Marvin Carter, Zachary Davis, Melissa Dookie, Olivi Dul, John Fabrizio, Christopher Ferdinand, Magdalena Garandza, Chelsea Jordan, Miles Keingstei, Justin Laurenceau, Christopher Rush, Joshua Sipson, Liuxi Sun, David Valderrama, Jason Whitelaw and Margaret Wu. (more...)


BWW Interviews: Tenor Mario Frangoulis -  International Superstar to Perform in NYCBWW Interviews: Tenor Mario Frangoulis - International Superstar to Perform in NYC
by Peter Danish - March 18, 2014

With a dozen gold and platinum releases under his belt, two hit PBS Specials and a decade of sold-out concerts world-wide, international superstar Mario Frangoulis returns to New York for two shows this weekend at Lincoln Center. (more...)


Photo Flash: Danish String Quartet Gives Pop-Up Performance at Manderley BarPhoto Flash: Danish String Quartet Gives Pop-Up Performance at Manderley Bar
by BWW News Desk - February 06, 2014

Last night the Danish String Quartet, the hottest young classical music group, were welcomed to New York in preparation for their upcoming Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center concerts this Sunday at Alice Tully Hall and Monday at the Rose Studio, the Danish String Quartet enjoyed a night on the town. They began the evening by attending Broadway's After Midnight, featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center All Stars. Following the performance, they went backstage to congratulate the orchestra on their performance before heading to the McKittrick Hotel. They got to experience the end of Sleep No More before their pop-up performance at the Manderley Bar, where they played a brief 15-minute set of Beethoven quartets and Scandinavian folk songs. BroadwayWorld brings you a look back at their performance below! (more...)


Photo Flash: Sneak Peek at Rehearsals of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's Young People's ConcertsPhoto Flash: Sneak Peek at Rehearsals of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's Young People's Concerts
by Alan Henry - January 17, 2014

BroadwayWorld has a sneak peak at rehearsals for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's Young People Concert titled 'Once Upon a Time,' where fairytales will spring to life through music and dance. (more...)


Photo Coverage: In Rehearsal with Toronto Symphony's MESSIAHPhoto Coverage: In Rehearsal with Toronto Symphony's MESSIAH
by BWW News Desk - December 17, 2013

An annual holiday tradition with the TSO for over 80 years, Handel's powerful and passionate Messiah will fill Roy Thomson Hall for five stirring performances tonight, December 17, 18, 20, 21 and 22. Scroll down for photos of the orchestra and singers in rehearsal! (more...)


Photo Flash: Brad Paisley and More at Nashville Symphony's 'Midwinter Night's Dream' BallPhoto Flash: Brad Paisley and More at Nashville Symphony's 'Midwinter Night's Dream' Ball
by BWW News Desk - December 16, 2013

Chairs Jane Anne Pilkinton and Jennifer Puryear created 'A Midwinter Night's Dream,' a winter oasis at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, for more than 350 guests at the 29th annual Symphony Ball. Nashville's preeminent winter social event, the Symphony Ball raises funds to support the Nashville Symphony and assist in bringing great music to the entire Middle Tennessee community through concerts and free education and engagement programs. Scroll down for photos! (more...)


Photo Flash: Shirley Ritenour Conquers Valhalla for CancerPhoto Flash: Shirley Ritenour Conquers Valhalla for Cancer
by BWW News Desk - December 10, 2013

Shirley Ritenour performed Wagner, Puccini, Albeniz, Granados, Gershwin, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Styne, Lane and Holdridge on December 6, 2013 in the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. Scroll down for photos! (more...)


BWW Reviews: Langston Hughes' BLACK NATIVITY Lights Up Brunswick ChristmasBWW Reviews: Langston Hughes' BLACK NATIVITY Lights Up Brunswick Christmas
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - December 09, 2013

In 1961 at the 41st Street Theatre in New York City, African-American poet-playwright Langston Hughes premiered a work called Black Nativity, a collection of gospel songs punctuated by Hughes's own verse narrating the birth of Jesus. After a very short run, the only souvenir of that historic event was a rare LP recording. More than a half century later, Maine musicologist Aaron Robinson has collaborated with Bowdoin College conductor and choral director Anthony Antolini to mount a revised version of Hughes' original work. Entitled Black Nativity In Concert - A Gospel Celebration, Robinson has utilized Hughes' original texts, adding a few plus some Biblical verse, as well. For the musical settings he relied on transcribing the recording and arranging several songs himself. Performed yesterday by the seventy-five person Bowdoin Chorus, conducted by Antolini, with Roy Partridge as narrator, Jennifer McIvor on piano, and Sean Fleming on the Hammond organ, the concert in Studzkinski Recital Hall drew an overflowing crowd, many of whom were relegated to watching on lobby monitors. (more...)


Photo Flash: First Look at Yo-Yo Ma with ASP Gala X 10th Anniversary EventPhoto Flash: First Look at Yo-Yo Ma with ASP Gala X 10th Anniversary Event
by BWW News Desk - December 04, 2013

A beautiful evening of Shakespeare's words performed by ASP's Resident Acting Company and Youth and music by the incomparable cellist Yo-Yo Ma honored 10 Luminaries, 10 years and raised a remarkable $100,000 for Actors' Shakespeare Project. A sold-out crowd filled Cambridge's Royal Sonesta Grand Ballroom for Bidding for Good auction, reception and sit-down dinner. with rapturous applause and standing ovations throughout the evening on Monday December 2. Emceeing the tributes were Artistic Director Allyn Burrows and Executive Producer Sara Stackhouse. Check out the photos below! (more...)



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