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Date of Birth: May 03, 1919 (96)
Birth Place: USA
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Jazz Singer Antoinette Montague to Perform at NJPAC on Valentine's DayJazz Singer Antoinette Montague to Perform at NJPAC on Valentine's Day
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2016

New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents an evening with Antoinette Montague. Spend Valentine's Day with your special loved one at Dorthaan's Place, where the jazz brunch series hosts Newark-born vocalist Antoinette Montague, a jazz singer who moves effortlessly between gutsy blues and hushed romantic ballads. (more...)

Phoenix Chorale to Present 'American Folk'Phoenix Chorale to Present 'American Folk'
by BWW News Desk - Feb 2, 2016

Drawing on the country's folk roots and pop power, the GRAMMY-winning Phoenix Chorale invites you to celebrate 'American Folk,' in concerts around the Valley, March 4th through 6th. (more...)

Articulate Theatre Selects Playwrights for 'Articulating the Arts'Articulate Theatre Selects Playwrights for 'Articulating the Arts'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2016

Articulate Theatre Company is proud to announce the playwrights chosen for their signature event, Articulating the Arts. Each AtA is themed around an artistic discipline, such as architecture, dance, painting, and for this event, folk music. Our playwrights use these other art forms as inspiration for new plays, resulting in an increased connection between theatre artists and artists of other disciplines. Subtitled 'Folk City Scenes' this Articulating the Arts will showcase plays inspired by folk songs such as City of New Orleans, Puff the Magic Dragon, and Turn! Turn! Turn! The full show listing is: (more...)

World Music Institute and Town Hall to Welcome Ladysmith Black Mambazo This FebruaryWorld Music Institute and Town Hall to Welcome Ladysmith Black Mambazo This February
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2016

World Music Institute concludes the inaugural season of its Masters of African Music series on Friday, February 19 at 8:00 p.m. with South Africa's legendary all-male choral group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, marking the group's first Town Hall performance in nearly a decade. (more...)

Apollo's Fire to Perform SEPHARDIC JOURNEY, 2/4Apollo's Fire to Perform SEPHARDIC JOURNEY, 2/4
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2016

Back by popular demand - Apollo's Fire reprises its latest creative crossover program by Artistic Director Jeannette Sorrell, in collaboration with guest co-director Nell Snaidas.  “Sephardic Journey: Wanderings of the Spanish Jews” premiered in five sold-out concerts in February 2014.  The program will be performed during February 4-7 at several venues, including an important debut at the new Maltz Performing Arts Center of Case Western Reserve University. The performances will coincide with a highly anticipated release of the program on CD, for British record label AVIE. (more...)

MusicWorks to Welcome Peter Yarrow to Old School SquareMusicWorks to Welcome Peter Yarrow to Old School Square
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2015

 MusicWorks today announced that it would present the second of four concerts featuring iconic folk musicians on Thursday, January 14 at Old School Square / Crest Theatre, located at 51 North Swinton Avenue in Delray Beach (one block north of Atlantic Avenue). (more...)

New Pete Seeger DVD Now AvailableNew Pete Seeger DVD Now Available
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2015

The new Pete Seeger DVD is finally available, in tandem with the remastered CD of the 1997 album PETE, or separately. Although the DVD will not be released nationally until next year, pre-release downloads and physical copies are available though their website. (more...)

Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks Receives 22nd Annual Dorothy and Lillian Gish PrizePlaywright Suzan-Lori Parks Receives 22nd Annual Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize
by Reilly Hickey - Dec 1, 2015

On Monday, November 30, playwright, novelist and songwriter Suzan-Lori Parks was awarded the 22nd annual Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prizeat The Public Theater in New York City. (more...)

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Announces Holiday Schedule - Handel's MESSIAH, CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE and More!Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Announces Holiday Schedule - Handel's MESSIAH, CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE and More!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 13, 2015

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) celebrates the 2015 holiday season with a wide variety of concert programming, from the traditional annual performances of Handel's Messiah with the Concert Artists of Baltimore to a one-of-a-kind experience that pairs world-class acrobats and gymnasts with music by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, in an exciting program titled Cirque de la Symphonie. (more...)

Go Figure Productions to Present I'LL SEE YOU AROUND in West Hollywood, 11/20-22Go Figure Productions to Present I'LL SEE YOU AROUND in West Hollywood, 11/20-22
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2015

Go Figure Productions, in association with Macha Theatre/Films, is proud to announce the debut of the new theatrical performance of I'LL SEE YOU AROUND, directed by J.A. Goldschmidt. (more...)

Oakland Symphony and Chorus to Perform Tribute to Frank Sinatra, 12/13Oakland Symphony and Chorus to Perform Tribute to Frank Sinatra, 12/13
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2015

The Oakland Symphony and Chorus will share the stage with a holiday host of guest artists in celebration of the 100th birthday of American icon Frank Sinatra as part of the annual Let Us Break Bread Together concert Sunday, December 13, at 4 pm at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland. Oakland Symphony Music Director and conductor Michael Morgan will bring together guest artists including the award-winning Mt. Eden High School Choir, Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, new-comers Vocal Rush from Oakland School for the Arts and perennial favorites the ebullient Klezmer band, Kugelplex. Morgan has begun including musical tributes to American icons as part of the annual event that has come to be recognized as the Bay Area's most non-traditional holiday tradition. Last year's homage to composer-activist Pete Seeger was a near sell-out. This year the music and legacy of “Ol' Blue Eyes”, Frank Sinatra--who among other accomplishments was one of a handful of artists who re-defined the sound of the holidays in mid-century America—will be the subject of Let Us Break Bread Together in choral and orchestral arrangements of his music. As it has for the past 23 years, the event will also feature holiday music from many cultures and observances and, of course, audience sing-alongs. Pre-concert no-host drinks and free lobby entertainment begin at 3 pm. Tickets are $20-$60 and may be purchased at www.oaklandsymphony.org . (more...)

Pete Sinjin to Perform Family Friendly Concert at Bell House, 11/8Pete Sinjin to Perform Family Friendly Concert at Bell House, 11/8
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2015

Pete Sinjin will be celebrating his new family album, House of Song, with a full band performance and party on Sunday, November 8th at The Bell House (149 7th St, Brooklyn). 'Hootenanny Pete' is a beloved Brooklyn treasure, especially to the littlest Brooklynites and their parents. He and his wife Kira opened the Hootenanny Art House in 2007, instilling a love for music in thousands of children in the community. The community they've built through song, supported the making of House of Song by supporting Pete and Kira's Kickstarter campaign which included homemade, hand-delivered chocolate cookies in addition to music. In 13 days the project made 150% of its goal and the album release celebration attracted more than 400 people. (more...)

Northrop at the University of Minnesota to Welcome Dorrance Dance, 11/19Northrop at the University of Minnesota to Welcome Dorrance Dance, 11/19
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2015

Northrop at the University of Minnesota presents Dorrance Dance with Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely in The Blues Project on Thu, Nov 19 at 7:30 pm. Led by Bessie Award and MacArthur 'genius' grant-winner Michelle Dorrance, this tap dancing troupe will make their Northrop debut alongside blues/rock/folk performer Toshi Reagon and her band BIGLovely. (more...)

Rise Again Singalong Concert with The Nields, Sally Rogers, & More Set for TonightRise Again Singalong Concert with The Nields, Sally Rogers, & More Set for Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Oct 16, 2015

After more than a quarter of a century, the long wait is over! From the creators of the beloved songbook Rise Up Singing, comes its much-anticipated companion Rise Again: A Group Singing Songbook. In celebration, The Rise Again Tour will hold a festive singalong concert tonight, October 16 at 7:00 p.m. at The Unitarian Society of New Haven, 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden, CT. (more...)


by Matt Hanson - Oct 14, 2015

In terms of the origins of contemporary American culture as Americans know, breathe and live it today, authentic is a word rarely seen with such exacting definition than in the presence of David Amram. If America had a monarch, he would not only be Sir David Amram, he would be the palace seer, a magician of sound and word who transcends prophecy to the realm of absolutely artful wisdom. (more...)

Tom Chapin & More Set for Rise Again Singalong ConcertsTom Chapin & More Set for Rise Again Singalong Concerts
by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2015

After more than a quarter of a century, the long wait is over! From the creators of the beloved songbook Rise Up Singing, comes its much-anticipated companion Rise Again: A Group Singing Songbook. (more...)

Oakland Symphony & Chorus to Perform Concert Celebrating Frank Sinatra, 12/13Oakland Symphony & Chorus to Perform Concert Celebrating Frank Sinatra, 12/13
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2015

Oakland, CA, October 7, 2015 – The Oakland Symphony and Chorus will share the stage with a holiday host of guest artists in celebration of the 100th birthday of American icon Frank Sinatra as part of the annual Let Us Break Bread Together concert Sunday, December 13, at 4 pm at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland. Oakland Symphony Music Director and conductor Michael Morgan will bring together guest artists including the award-winning Mt. Eden High School Choir, Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, new-comers Vocal Rush from Oakland School for the Arts and perennial favorites the ebullient Klezmer band, Kugelplex. Morgan has begun including musical tributes to American icons as part of the annual event that has come to be recognized as the Bay Area's most non-traditional holiday tradition. Last year's homage to composer-activist Pete Seeger was a near sell-out. This year the music and legacy of “Ol' Blue Eyes”, Frank Sinatra--who among other accomplishments was one of a handful of artists who re-defined the sound of the holidays in mid-century America—will be the subject of Let Us Break Bread Together in choral and orchestral arrangements of his music. As it has for the past 23 years, the event will also feature holiday music from many cultures and observances and, of course, audience sing-alongs. Pre-concert no-host drinks and free lobby entertainment begin at 3 pm. Tickets are $15-$60 and may be purchased at www.oaklandsymphony.org . (more...)

Arthur French to Receive Equity's 2015 Paul Robeson Citation AwardArthur French to Receive Equity's 2015 Paul Robeson Citation Award
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2015

Actor Arthur French has been named to receive the 2015 Paul Robeson Citation Award presented by the Actors Equity Foundation.               (more...)

Special Screening of Documentary SIR IVAN: I AM PEACEMAN to Kick Off Transgender Awareness CampaignSpecial Screening of Documentary SIR IVAN: I AM PEACEMAN to Kick Off Transgender Awareness Campaign
by BWW News Desk - Oct 1, 2015

Pop-dance recording artist SIR IVAN aka 'Peaceman' announced today he is kicking off a campaign to raise awareness of transgender issues. (more...)

Joshua Davis to Perform Benefit Concert for St. Cecilia Music Center, 10/4Joshua Davis to Perform Benefit Concert for St. Cecilia Music Center, 10/4
by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2015

Joshua Davis, one of the finalists from 'The Voice', will perform a solo concert at a benefit for St. Cecilia Music Center on Sunday, October 4th. The benefit concert will help raise funds to support St. Cecilia as the official ArtPrize music hub. Opening acts for the benefit concert include local folk rock veterans Troll for Trout and bluegrass favorites Fauxgrass Quartet. (more...)

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