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Broadway Connection to Open 8th Season in Cincinnati
by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2015

 On September 12th and 19th, local Cincinnati dance studios, including Revere Dance Academy, Arabesque Dance Academy, andEncore Performing Arts will introduce their students to Broadway Connection Teachers, Robert Hartwell and Ramone Owens from the current cast of Broadway's MOTOWN.  (more...)

Soprano Olga Peretyatko Releases New Album "Rossini!" Available Now On Sony Classical
by BWW News Desk - Sep 4, 2015

The remarkable young soprano Olga Peretyatko returns with the release of her third album Rossini! (Sony Classical). Available now, the recording is entirely dedicated to arias by the composer. (more...)

Award-Winning Vocalist Jeff Macauley to Bring Highly Praised Henry Mancini Songbook Show MR. LUCKY to Don't Tell Mama, 11/21
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2015

After two years performing his highly praised show, It Was Me, honoring the songbook of famed lyricist Norman Gimbel at New York's Don't Tell Mama, Bistro Award-winning vocalist and BroadwayWorld.com 'Best Male Vocalist' nominee Jeff Macauley presented a new show this past spring at New York's Metropolitan Room. In Mr. Lucky: The Songs of Henry Mancini, Macauley celebrates the music of the iconic composer. Macauley's orchestra for Mr. Lucky is Award-winning Musical Director/pianist and arranger Tex Arnold, with Jon Burr on bass. Now Macauley is bringing Mr. Lucky to Don't Tell Mama on November 21 at 7 pm. (more...)

70th Birthday Concert for Judith Lang Zaimont Set for Symphony Space, 11/7
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2015

Celebrating the Music of Judith Lang Zaimont - A 70th Birthday Concert will be presented on Saturday, November 7 at 8:00 PM at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway at 95th Street in New York, NY. (more...)

BWW's On This Day - October 20, 2015
by - Oct 20, 2015

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on October 20 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events! (more...)

FJK Dance's Fadi Khoury to Return 11/8 with WORKS IN PROGRESS at Manhattan Movement Center
by BWW News Desk - Oct 19, 2015

Iraqi-born FJK DANCE Artistic Director Fadi Khoury will return on Sunday, November 8 with his company of ten dancers to present WORKS IN PROGRESS at the Manhattan Movement Center, 248 W 60th St at 7pm. (more...)

70th Birthday Concert for Judith Lang Zaimont Set for Symphony Space Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2015

Celebrating the Music of Judith Lang Zaimont - A 70th Birthday Concert will be presented tonight, November 7 at 8:00 PM at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway at 95th Street in New York, NY. (more...)

BWW Review: BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET'S THE NUTCRACKER Creates Christmas Magic in BIRMINGHAM
by Emma Cann - Nov 30, 2015

Sir Peter Wright's production of The Nutcracker for the Birmingham Royal Ballet is widely regarded as the best production in country, if not the world, and it is not hard to see why. John McFarlane's lavish storybook designs create a magical world in which Clara takes centre stage. We follow Clara as she defeats King Rat, travels to the Land of Snow and is transformed into the Sugar Plum Fairy, the ballerina of her dreams. Whilst other interpretations of The Nutcracker struggle to maintain a compelling narrative, we share Clara's fear, delight and amazement at every turn. (more...)

Moscow Ballet Presents GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER in NYC, 12/5
by BWW News Desk - Nov 3, 2015

Called “A Christmas tale from a faraway Land of Snow and Ice” by New York Times Dance Critic Brian Seibert in 2014, Moscow Ballet's principal dancers and production values keep raising the ante for a performance experience that engage audiences of all ages in small towns to top demographic markets. Award-winning principal dancers Ekaterina Bortiakova and Akzhol Mussakhanov, hailing from one of the world's best ballet academies, deliver flawless performances.  “Bortiakova's technical prowess, especially in her footwork and turns, was…truly great,” Cleveland Plain Dealer, 2014, and “Moscow Ballet's four-star performance…takes it up a notch and inspires awe,” Minneapolis Twin Cities Daily Planet, 2014. New in 2015 are set designs by Art Directors' Guild multi-award winner Carl Sprague, who has worked in the art department of more than 30 films, with a combined total of 22 Oscar wins, including best picture for “12 Years a Slave” and best production design for 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'. In addition Russian theatrical design meets American technology skill in Act I's Party Scene in the new magical Grandfather Clock. John Creech, American Prop Master for over a generation, is credited for creations from extravagant Fashion Week run-ways to ballet and Broadway stages. The 10 foot tall magical clock features a sculpted 3 ft tall owl whose wings open to a 5ft span and eyes light up as the clock strikes. Russian Designer Valentin Fedorov, of Chibaksari Opera House and graduate of Bolshoi Theater Design School, created Moscow Ballet's fanciful 10” tall animal puppets, backdrops with 3-d effect and more. New costumes for Act I designed by Resident Designer Arthur Oliver, known for his work nationally and at Shakespeare & Company, are created by hand in St Petersburg by one of the world's oldest theatrical shops.  Moscow Ballet's Christmas production of the Great Russian Nutcracker will be in New York City at Kings Theater Saturday December 5, 3:00pmmatinee. Tickets go to www.nutcracker.com/buy-tickets. (more...)

BWW Review: American Ballet Theatre, Marcelo Gomes Choreographer World Premiere AfterEffect was Delightfully Affective
by Marsha Volgyi - Nov 2, 2015

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Moscow Ballet's GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER Returning to State Theatre, 12/12
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2015

Called "A Christmas tale from a faraway Land of Snow and Ice" by New York Times Dance Critic Brian Seibert in 2014, Moscow Ballet's principal dancers and production values keep raising the ante for a performance experience that engage audiences of all ages in small towns to top demographic markets. (more...)

Great Music at St. Bart's Announces 2015 Holiday Concerts
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2015

The December events presented by Great Music at St. Bart's, the concert series at St. Bartholomew's Church produced by the Mid-Manhattan Performing Arts Foundation (MMPAF), are among New Yorkers' favorite holiday traditions. (more...)

Live From Lincoln Center's Chamber Music Society Broadcast Postponed
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2015

Due to scheduling, the recent Live From Lincoln Center broadcast, featuring the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, announced to air July 31, 2015 will be postponed to air at a future date to be announced.  (more...)

BWW Review: THE CUNNINGHAM TRUST Unveils a Dusty Extract
by Juan Michael Porter II - May 27, 2016

For whom is a dance made and why? This question kept coming to me as I watched the unveiling of Merce Cunningham's 'Cunningham Ballett' at Baryshnikov Arts Center on May 18th, 2016. Thought lost to time, a film recording of 'Ballett' was recently unearthed in the archives of Norddeutscher Rundrunk Studio Hamburg. Nearly 50 years after it was recorded, the premiere of Cunningham performing the solo 'Changeling' was shown, followed by a live presentation of the same piece. The question is to what end? As an iconoclast would Cunningham himself not have said, 'Let dead things sleep where they lie?' (more...)

BWW Review: AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE's 2016 Spring Gala Offered a Delightful Sampling of the Season's Repertoire
by Sondra Forsyth - May 20, 2016

On the evening of May 16th 2016 at the Metropolitan Opera House in Lincoln Center, the beloved troupe that was recognized as 'America's National Ballet Company' in 2006 by the United States Congress proved once again that the American Ballet Theatre is indeed a treasure. Dancegoers in dazzling formal attire were treated to a Spring Gala that eschewed traditional staples and showcased instead an appetite-whetting smorgasbord of excerpts from the spring season as well as a world premiere and the one-act Firebird. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The Gods Prevail in NYCB's Black and White Festival II
by Melia Kraus-har - May 11, 2015

Hear the Dance:Russia, covered forty years of Balanchine accompanied by Stravinsky's music from his Apollo, created in 1928 for Diaghilev's Ballet Russes, to 1957's Agon, to two works from 1972, Duo Concertant and Symphony in Three Movements. In Balanchine's temple on Lincoln Center's campus, his choreography plagued the dancers with drops, trips, and slips. (more...)

BWW Review: MARIINSKY BALLET Pays a Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya at BAM
by Marsha Volgyi - Mar 4, 2016

The Mariinsky Ballet at Brooklyn Academy of Music performed a Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya (more...)

BWW Interview: How Elle McLemore's 'New' Movie AT THE TOP OF THE PYRAMID Prepared Her for BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL
by Matt Tamanini - Mar 3, 2015

Hawaii-born Elle McLemore burst onto the theatre scene in 2011 when she was cast as the evil Eva in the Pre-Broadway National Tour of BRING IT ON: THE MUSICAL. Like most of that cast, McLemore went on to make her Broadway debut when the tour made its way to New York the following year. Since then the 23-year-old has been a regular on the final season of ARMY WIVES and one of the stars of Off-Broadway's cult favorite HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL, as 'Cheerleader Heather,' Heather McNamara. (more...)

BWW Review: The Brooding Mastery of Edvard Munch at the Neue Galerie
by Patrick Kennedy - Mar 28, 2016

In MUNCH AND EXPRESSIONISM, the virtuoso Norwegian artist and his younger followers turn the Neue Galerie into a modernist dreamscape, one painting at a time. (more...)

JEFF MACAULEY Celebrates Henry Mancini Songbook With New Show at Metropolitan Room Opening 4/15
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2015

After two years performing his highly praised show, It Was Me, honoring the songbook of famed lyricist Norman Gimbel at New York's Don't Tell Mama, Bistro Award-winning vocalist and BroadwayWorld.com 'Best Male Vocalist' nominee Jeff Macauley presents a new show this spring at New York's Metropolitan Room. In Mr. Lucky, Macauley will celebrate the music of the iconic composer Henry Mancini. Macauley's orchestra for Mr. Lucky will be Award-winning Musical Director/pianist and arranger Tex Arnold with Jon Burr on bass. Opening night of the three-show run is April 15, 2015, with additional shows on May 6 and June 17. All shows are on Wednesday nights at 9:30 pm. The Metropolitan Room is at 34 West 22nd Street, NY, NY 10010, 212-206-0440. (more...)

FJK Dance to Return to New York Live Arts, 7/8-11
by BWW News Desk - Jun 4, 2015

Fadi Khoury, the Iraqi-born Artistic Director of FJK Dance, will return to New York Live Arts July 8 through July 11 with his company of ten dancers in new and repertory works combining a variety of dance mediums in a rare cultural fusion. The run will include four premieres and a special guest choreographer collaboration. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Designing Women with Kenneth MacMillan
by Melia Kraus-har - Jun 23, 2015

American Ballet Theatre's 75th anniversary spring season honored the legacy of the company's seasoned dancers and showcased its younger ranks. Mixed bills displaying a range of classic and neo-classic roles segued into ABT's strongest realm: the story ballet. Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie offered his artists as heroes and heroines. From 'Othello' to 'Giselle' to 'La Bayadere' to Ratmansky's 'The Sleeping Beauty' to Monday, June 15th's 'Romeo and Juliet' at Lincoln Center's Metropolitan Opera House, his dancers remained in a stratosphere of romanticism. (more...)

FJK Dance Returns to New York Live Arts, Now thru 7/11
by BWW News Desk - Jul 8, 2015

Fadi Khoury, the Iraqi-born Artistic Director of FJK Dance, will return to New York Live Arts tonight, July 8 through July 11 with his company of ten dancers in new and repertory works combining a variety of dance mediums in a rare cultural fusion. The run will include four premieres and a special guest choreographer collaboration. (more...)

Estevia Parfum Debuts New Oud Line
by BWW News Desk - Jul 7, 2015

Reaching back to ancient times, the Middle East has been the source of sweet scents; Kings and Queens from far away lands would travel far and wide to experience the musks and floral scents that were made famous in the Middle East. Estevia Parfum, purveyors of fine fragrances, traveled from the souqs of Dubai to North America with a purpose. The company's mission was to bring affordable luxury into the hands of customers who desired quality, durable fragrances without an overwhelming price tag. This fall, the same company that brought their unique line of signature scents has developed a line of fragrances reminiscent of their Middle Eastern roots; rich and full with life. (more...)

New Works by Mohammed Fairouz & Kevin Puts and More Set for 2015 Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival
by BWW News Desk - Jul 29, 2015

Charged with momentum from the launch of BCMF Spring, the festival's first spring series of two concerts, the 32nd season of Long Island's longest-running classical music festival presents 11 concerts July 29 - August 23, 2015. (more...)

Bramwell Tovey Leads Two LA Phil Concerts at the Hollywood Bowl This Week
by BWW News Desk - Jul 14, 2015

Audience favorite Bramwell Tovey makes his first of several visits to the Hollywood Bowl this season to lead the LA Phil in two classical concerts, tonight, July 14, and Thursday, July 16, at 8 pm. (more...)

Bramwell Tovey Leads Two LA Phil Concerts at the Hollywood Bowl, 7/14 & 16
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2015

Audience favorite Bramwell Tovey makes his first of several visits to the Hollywood Bowl this season to lead the LA Phil in two classical concerts, Tuesday, July 14, and Thursday, July 16, at 8 pm. (more...)

Warner Stage Company Set for Regional AACT Festival
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2015

The Warner Stage Company of Torrington, Connecticut is proud to announce that its production of Winter Flowers has won the honor of performing at AACTFest 2015 Region I festival presented by the New England Theatre Conference (NETC) to be held at the Warner Theatre in Torrington, Connecticut February 28 - March 1, 2015. (more...)

Henry Mancini Estate Taps Spirit Music Group
by BWW News Desk - Jan 26, 2015

The estate of Henry Mancini has chosen leading independent music publisher Spirit Music Group to administer the prestigious music publishing catalog of Henry Mancini for North America as announced today by David Renzer, Chairman, Spirit Music Group. The catalog was previously administered by Universal Music Publishing Group (the company retains admin rights to the catalog outside of North America). (more...)

Mariinsky Ballet Soloist Kimin Kim to Appear as ABT Guest Artist This Spring
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2015

Kimin Kim, a first soloist with the Mariinsky Ballet, will debut as a Guest Artist with American Ballet Theatre during the Company's 2015 Spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House, it was announced by Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie. (more...)

BWW Review: Daniil Simkin's INTENSIO Revealed a Personal Side of the Dancer Who Lives to Dance
by Marsha Volgyi - Jan 12, 2016

The Joyce Theater held the premiere of Daniil SImkin's INTENSIO. The downtown venue was the intimate setting for this well-received production. The personal side of Daniil Simkin, American Ballet Theatre's principal dancer, was one of the highlights which expressed to us his ballet training and his passion of this beloved dance style. (more...)

Electronic Music Ensemble Genre Peak to Release New Album
by BWW News Desk - Feb 29, 2016

Genre Peak is Martin Birke (songwriter, electronic-percussionist,vocalist and co-producer) with variety of collaborations from players and singers from all over the world. (more...)

BWW Review: ASHTON DOUBLE BILL, Birmingham Royal Ballet
by Emma Cann - Feb 19, 2016

The Birmingham Royal Ballet's Shakespeare season opened with Frederick Ashton's The Dream, originally choreographed to celebrate the 250th anniversary of The Bard's birth, and now restaged to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. The bill is completed by A Month in the Country, an Ashtonian adaptation of Ivan Turgenev's 1855 play, and widely regarded as one of the choreographer's masterpieces. (more...)

BWW Interview: Andrew Wilson of NEWSIES at Orpheum
by Christine Swerczek - Feb 12, 2016

NEWSIES! is leaping onto the stage at Omaha's Orpheum Theater. This high-energy musical based on historic events opens February 16 for a six day run. I spoke with Andrew Wilson, Dance Captain and Swing for NEWSIES, about his background and his experience working with the show. This is what he had to say (more...)

BWW Review: MATTHEW BOURNE'S SLEEPING BEAUTY, Birmingham Hippodrome
by Emma Cann - Feb 12, 2016

Completing his trio of Tchaikovsky's great ballets, Sir Matthew Bourne has turned his choreographic hand to Sleeping Beauty, with the added surtitle 'a gothic romance.' After reportedly experiencing divine inspiration whilst staying in the former bedroom of the renowned Russian composer, Bourne has re-worked the notoriously difficult narrative of this famous fairy tale, injecting new life into a story where the protagonist usually spends much of the time asleep. (more...)

New Billys Announced for BILLY ELLIOT UK/Ireland Tour
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2016

The producers of the multi award-winning smash hit Billy Elliot the Musical are delighted to announce that the four boys who will play the title role in the first ever UK and Ireland tour of the iconic musical are Adam Abbou (12 years old from Liverpool), Matthew Lyons (11 years old from Leeds), Haydn May (11 years old from Bath) and Lewis Smallman (12 years old from West Bromwich). The boys were cast following nationwide auditions and after months of intensive rehearsals will alternate in the role when the show opens at the Theatre Royal Plymouth on Wednesday 24 February 2016. (more...)

New York Premiere of Daniil Simkin's INTENSIO Set for Joyce Theater
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2015

The Joyce Theater Foundation, Inc. (Linda Shelton, Executive Director) is proud to present the New York premiere of Daniil Simkin's INTENSIO, a program of works featuring an exceptional company of dancers, including Simkiin's fellow American Ballet Theatre members Isabella Boylston, Alexandre Hammoudi, Blaine Hoven, Calvin Royal III, Hee Seo, Cassandra Trenary and James Whiteside and guest artist Céline Cassone. Featuring works by acclaimed choreographers Gregory Dolbashian, Alexander Ekman, Jorma Elo and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, this must-see event will take place from January 5-10 at The Joyce Theater. Tickets range in price from $10-$75 and can be purchased through JoyceCharge at www.Joyce.org, or by calling 212-242-0800. Please note: ticket prices are subject to change. The Joyce Theater is located at 175 Eighth Avenue at 19th Street. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THE HARD NUT at Brooklyn Academy of Music
by Tracy Hopkins - Dec 21, 2015

If you're a fan of the classic Nutcracker ballet, based on an adaption by Alexandre Dumas, you will have mixed feelings about Mark Morris' irreverent interpretation, The Hard Nut, playing at the Brooklyn Academy of Music through December 20. (more...)

BWW Review: 'Tis the Season for George Balanchine's THE NUTCRACKER
by Rose Marija - Dec 15, 2015

'Twas 17 nights before Christmas and there I was at the David H. Koch Theater, viewing Balanchine's 62 year old The Nutcracker, performed by the New York City Ballet, which had premiered it on February 2, 1954. Magic was in the air. Although it was a school night, there were a number of excited children in the audience dressed up in their finest party attire, a modern version of the children's party clothes in the first act. This ballet is, of course, geared towards the children, both in the audience and on the stage. (more...)

Carol Wincenc and More Set for PREformances with Allison Charney, 12/14 at JCC Manhattan
by BWW News Desk - Dec 11, 2015

JCC Manhattan presents the fall season finale of PREformances with Allison Charney on Monday, December 14th at 12:30pm. In this unique concert series, you will hear celebrated classical musicians just before their performances on the world's most prestigious stages removing traditional barriers between performer and audience. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Maine State Ballet Mounts Swashbuckling LE CORSAIRE
by Carla Maria Verdino-Sllwold - Apr 6, 2015

For its spring production Maine State Ballet presents a stylishly swashbuckling account of Le Corsaire, vividly choreographed by Linda MacArthur Miele (after Petipa) and elegantly designed by Gail Csoboth. The more than thirty-five principals, soloists, and corps de ballet, drawn from area professionals and talented young dancers in the company school form a cohesive troupe, who seem to have grown in polish and precision over the past few years and who are not afraid to tackle the demands of this large scale Romantic ballet. (more...)

Cellist Kristina Reiko Cooper to Release New Album in May
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2016

The new CD from acclaimed cellist Kristina Reiko Cooper, will be released by Roven Records this spring. With an official release date** of May 10, 'Around the World with Love' is a collection of love songs from all corners of the globe: America, Brazil, France, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Russia and Spain. Produced by Glen Roven and performed by Cooper with Or Matias at the piano, and Satoshi Takeishi on percussion, 'Around the World with Love' features 14 tracks: (more...)

New Works by Mohammed Fairouz & Kevin Puts, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters and More Set for 2015 Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival
by BWW News Desk - Apr 30, 2015

Charged with momentum from the launch of BCMF Spring, the festival's first spring series of two concerts, the 32nd season of Long Island's longest-running classical music festival presents 11 concerts July 29 - August 23, 2015. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Seeking Harmony in the Art of Activism
by Melia Kraus-har - Apr 3, 2015

Both Erhlich and Armitage's welcoming remarks suggested ambivalence with the scope of this work; Erhlich even said, "we'll just see", and so the evening began. Combined with movement in a setting designated for tactile education, On the Nature of Things depicted a frenetic doom. (more...)

BWW Review: AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE STUDIO COMPANY an Afternoon That Went Awry
by Marsha Volgyi - Apr 21, 2016

On a beautiful New York Sunday afternoon, April 17, 2016, American Ballet Theatre (ABT) Studio Company performed on their final day at The Joyce Theater. I was curious to watch these young dancers in Program C-a different repertoire. The line up consisted of La Bayadere Pas d'Action, Bier Halle, Libera!, Third Wheels, and Bolero. As I waited in wonderment of the coming piece, I too wondered if the ABT Studio dancers were anxious to knock the audience and myself out of my aisle seat with their talents. Tragically, I wound up holding the armrests from the anxiety created onstage. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Ballet Stars Take Broadway in AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
by Melia Kraus-har - Apr 21, 2015

Known for his contemporary, abstract choreography, Wheeldon's recent projects ventured towards epic storytelling, as with Cinderella, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and The Winter's Tale. Besides an exuberant audience, what came to mind on Wednesday, April 15th at the Palace Theatre, were current New York City Ballet principal dancer Robert Fairchild's conjuring of Kelly's ghost and Royal Ballet dancer Leanne Cope's delicate emotional tension, yet no-holds barred physicality. (more...)

BWW Review: NEW YORK THEATRE BALLET Presents a Classical CINDERELLA Filled With Imagination And Wonder
by Marsha Volgyi - Apr 19, 2016

At the Florence Gould Hall, just a two avenues away from The Plaza, my April 17, 2016 morning began. Parents, family, friends, and above all, children were ready to see New York Theatre Ballet's (NYTB) version of Cinderella at 11 AM. Many little girls were dressed to impress as the fairy tale character, while the boys were looking good in their Sunday best. For them, this would be animation come to life. (more...)

Houston Symphony Presents OHLSSON PLAYS CHOPIN Concert This Weekend
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2015

HOUSTON (April 13, 2015) - The Houston Symphony presents Ohlsson Plays Chopin at Jones Hall featuring works by contemporary American living composer Jennifer Higdon and Romantic-era composer and virtuoso pianist Frederic Chopin. (more...)

JEFF MACAULEY Celebrates Henry Mancini Songbook With New Show at Metropolitan Room Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2015

After two years performing his highly praised show, It Was Me, honoring the songbook of famed lyricist Norman Gimbel at New York's Don't Tell Mama, Bistro Award-winning vocalist and BroadwayWorld.com 'Best Male Vocalist' nominee Jeff Macauley presents a new show this spring at New York's Metropolitan Room. In Mr. Lucky, Macauley will celebrate the music of the iconic composer Henry Mancini. Macauley's orchestra for Mr. Lucky will be Award-winning Musical Director/pianist and arranger Tex Arnold with Jon Burr on bass. Opening night of the three-show run is April 15, 2015, with additional shows on May 6 and June 17. All shows are today nights at 9:30 pm. The Metropolitan Room is at 34 West 22nd Street, NY, NY 10010, 212-206-0440. (more...)

Houston Symphony to Present OHLSSON PLAYS CHOPIN Concert, 4/17
by BWW News Desk - Apr 13, 2015

HOUSTON (April 13, 2015) – The Houston Symphony presents Ohlsson Plays Chopin at Jones Hall featuring works by contemporary American living composer Jennifer Higdon and Romantic-era composer and virtuoso pianist Frédéric Chopin. (more...)

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