Music Mountain to Welcome David Finckel, Cello & Wu Han for Piano Gala Opening, 6/14Music Mountain to Welcome David Finckel, Cello & Wu Han for Piano Gala Opening, 6/14
by BWW News Desk - May 29, 2015

Music Mountain, America's oldest continuing summer chamber music festival, launches its 86th Anniversary Season on Sunday, June 14th (3PM) with a gala performance and reception featuring David Finckel, Cello and Wu Han, Piano, Artistic Directors of Chamber Music Society at Lincoln Center. This weekend marks the beginning of another record-breaking summer season filled with numerous Music Mountain debuts, first time guests, a new recital series, and the continuation of the Saturday evening twilight series that welcomes jazz, country, and folk groups from around the region. Concerts are scheduled to run thru September 27th. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - May 28, 2015

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Tony Winner Joanna Gleason Joins Cast of Showtime's THE AFFAIRTony Winner Joanna Gleason Joins Cast of Showtime's THE AFFAIR
by TV News Desk - May 28, 2015

Joanna Gleason has joined the cast of Showtime's critically-acclaimed drama THE AFFAIR in a recurring role. (more...)

Park Avenue Chamber Symphony Sets 2015-16 SeasonPark Avenue Chamber Symphony Sets 2015-16 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2015

After completing a 15th anniversary season which featured a critically heralded performance of Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, David Bernard, Music Director of the award-winning Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, has announced the ensemble's 2015-16 season of concerts.  Highlights include a roster of superb soloists (pianist Jeffrey Biegel, jazz pianist  Ted Rosenthal, and cellist Inbal Segev,) insightful programs spanning music from Beethoven through Bartók, and a new concert format where the audience sits among the players of the orchestra for a performance of Beethoven's  Fifth Symphony. (more...)

BWW Reviews: SELBY AND FRIENDS - THE CZECH CONNECTION Was An Exciting Evening Of MusicBWW Reviews: SELBY AND FRIENDS - THE CZECH CONNECTION Was An Exciting Evening Of Music
by Barry Lenny - Jun 9, 2015

Every concert has new aspects, new joys, and new stories, and so did this one. (more...)

Review Roundup: San Diego Rep's EVERYBODY'S TALKIN', Starring Alice Ripley & Gregory JbaraReview Roundup: San Diego Rep's EVERYBODY'S TALKIN', Starring Alice Ripley & Gregory Jbara
by Review Roundups - Jun 9, 2015

San Diego Rep has enlisted Tony winners Alice Ripley and Gregory Jbara to star in the world premiere musical revue EVERYBODY'S TALKIN': THE MUSIC OF HARRY NILSSON. The world premiere production, conceived by Steve Gunderson and Javier Velasco, opened on May 30 and closes June 21, 2015. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jun 8, 2015

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Blythe Danner to Join Richard Dreyfuss in ABC's Richard Madoff MiniseriesBlythe Danner to Join Richard Dreyfuss in ABC's Richard Madoff Miniseries
by TV News Desk - Jun 8, 2015

According to The Hollywood Reporter, film and stage veteran Blythe Danner will join Academy Award winner Richard Dreyfuss in ABC's new series MADOFF. Frank Whaley, Erin Cummings and Tom Lipinski have also signed on. Raymond De Felitta will direct. (more...)

THIN WALLS to Close Kitchen Theatre Company's 2014-15 SeasonTHIN WALLS to Close Kitchen Theatre Company's 2014-15 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2015

Writer/performer Alice Eve Cohen, whose solo play What I Thought I Knew closed the 2012-2013 Kitchen Theatre Company season, is back with another play to close another successful season at the Kitchen. Thin Walls is a one-woman play set in a century-old New York City residential hotel, once elegant but now crumbling. This darkly humorous and moving play interweaves stories of the building's long-term residents, its recent arrivals, and its ghosts. Audiences who loved What I Thought I Knew will love this one too! Thin Walls opens for previews on June 10, press opening is on June 13, and performances run through June 28. (more...)

PHOTO: First Look - Richard Dreyfuss Stars as Bernie Madoff in ABC MiniseriesPHOTO: First Look - Richard Dreyfuss Stars as Bernie Madoff in ABC Miniseries
by TV News Desk - Jun 26, 2015

Deadline has shared a first look at Blythe Danner and Richard Dreyfuss, who portray Ruth and Bernie Madoff in the upcoming ABC miniseries MADOFF. (more...)

Music Mountain to Welcome Enso String Quartet & More, 7/18-19Music Mountain to Welcome Enso String Quartet & More, 7/18-19
by BWW News Desk - Jun 25, 2015

America's Oldest Continuing Summer Chamber Music Festival, Music Mountain, continues its 86th anniversary season on Sunday, July 19th (3pm) with Enso String Quartet and Soyeon Kate Lee, piano performing Moravec, Schumann, and Dohnanyi. Also, the weekend welcomes The New Black Eagle Jazz Band on Saturday, July 18th (6:30pm) plus a pre-show dinner at The Falls Village Inn (5pm). The summer of chamber music, country, jazz, and folk concerts, plus salutes to Broadway and opera continues thru September 27th. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2015

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BWW Interviews: New York City Ballet's Raymonda Variations, Morgen, and New York Export: Opus JazzBWW Interviews: New York City Ballet's Raymonda Variations, Morgen, and New York Export: Opus Jazz
by Barnett Serchuk - Jun 2, 2015

On Sunday, June 31, 2015, New York City Ballet offered the sweet, the mundane, and the historical. If I were a lyricist I could write a song about this, but since my iambic pentameter is almost non-existent, and my Stephen Sondheim thesaurus nowhere to be found, I guess I'll have to push forward in everyday prose. (more...)

Music Mountain to Welcome Calidore String Quartet with Daniel Phillips & More, 6/19-21Music Mountain to Welcome Calidore String Quartet with Daniel Phillips & More, 6/19-21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2015

Music Mountain, America's oldest continuing summer chamber music festival, continues its 86th anniversary season with the Calidore String Quartet and guest artist Daniel Phillips, viola on Sunday, June 21st (3PM) performing Schubert, Caroline Shaw, Mendelssohn, and Brahms. Also this weekend, America's foremost Gilbert & Sullivan repertory ensemble, the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, honors their 40th anniversary season on Saturday, June 20th (6:30PM) including a special pre-concert dinner at The Falls Village Inn (5PM). This weekend also marks the beginning of the new Distinguished Artist Recital Series - a series of three evening recitals on Fridays (7:30pm) featuring the talents of this summer's visiting faculty. Music Mountain has a long-standing tradition of bringing musicians of all ages to Gordon Hall. This weekend is a glowing example of this mission - the young Calidore String Quartet is embarking on their 4th year as an ensemble, while The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players are celebrating their 40th year! Chamber music, country, jazz, and folk concerts will continue thru September 27th. (more...)

Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster-Led 'STREETCAR' and More Set for St. Ann's Warehouse's First Season at New HomeGillian Anderson and Ben Foster-Led 'STREETCAR' and More Set for St. Ann's Warehouse's First Season at New Home
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2015

St. Ann's Warehouse, which for 36 years has enlivened New Yorkers with new works by the world's most vital music- and theater-makers, is about to open its first permanent home, a 25,000-sf theater at the breathtaking site of the Tobacco Warehouse, on the waterfront in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The organization will inaugurate its new building by presenting a 2015-16 season that epitomizes St. Ann's indispensable contribution to the global cultural landscape -- a series of international productions in which world-class artists reconfigure flexible, open space to realize their creative visions. (more...)

Houston Ballet to Finish Out Season with THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, 6/11Houston Ballet to Finish Out Season with THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, 6/11
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2015

HOUSTON, TEXAS - From June 11-21, 2015, Houston Ballet will present John Cranko's staging of The Taming of the Shrew, a masterful choreographic depiction of Shakespeare's perpetually battling lovers, Petruchio and Katherina, and of Petruchio's determination to bend the feisty, independent-spirited and tempestuous Katherina to his will. Incorporating a stunning array of dramatic moods, virtuoso dancing and vivid characterization, The Taming of the Shrewconveys like no other ballet Shakespeare's wit, brilliant comic invention and sharp understanding of human character.  Houston Ballet will give seven performances of The Taming of the Shrewat Wortham Theater Center in downtown Houston. Tickets may be purchased by calling 713 227 2787 or by visiting www.houstonballet.org. (more...)

Pennsylvania Ballet Promotes Soloist Alexander Peters to Principal DancerPennsylvania Ballet Promotes Soloist Alexander Peters to Principal Dancer
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2015

Philadelphia, PA (June 1, 2015) – Pennsylvania Ballet and Artistic Director Angel Corella are pleased to announce that Soloist Alexander Peters has been promoted to Principal Dancer, the highest rank in the Company, for the 2015-2016 Season.  (more...)

MOMIX to Present New York Premiere of Moses Pendleton's ALCHEMIA at The Joyce TheaterMOMIX to Present New York Premiere of Moses Pendleton's ALCHEMIA at The Joyce Theater
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2015

In celebration of MOMIX's 35th Anniversary Season, the company returns to The Joyce Theater for four weeks with the New York premiere of Alchemia, the latest full-length creation for MOMIX by founder and Artistic Director Moses Pendleton. MOMIX will be performing Alchemia at The Joyce Theater from July 6 through August 1. Tickets range in price from $10 to $59 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...)

Houston Symphony to Present Symphony Nights Summer Series, TodayHouston Symphony to Present Symphony Nights Summer Series, Today
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2015

HOUSTON (June 18, 2015) – The Houston Symphony ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights series will continue at 8:30 p.m. on June 20, featuring the Houston Symphony debuts of guest conductor Karina Canellakis and guest artist Charlie Albright. (more...)

Boston Reggae Group Dubbest to Release LIGHT FLASHES 7/7; Tour to Follow!Boston Reggae Group Dubbest to Release LIGHT FLASHES 7/7; Tour to Follow!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2015

The young guns of Boston reggae, Dubbest, release Light Flashes on July 7, 2015 (more...)

The Houston Symphony's 2015 ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights Series Kicks Off with Violinist Eduardo RiosThe Houston Symphony's 2015 ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights Series Kicks Off with Violinist Eduardo Rios
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2015

The Houston Symphony's 2015 ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights series at Miller Outdoor Theatre will kick off on June 18 as the Symphony welcomes violinist Eduardo Rios and guest conductor Gergely Madaras to the Miller stage for the first time. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jun 17, 2015

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Pittsburgh Symphony's Classical BBQs to Bring Summer to Heinz Hall, 7/11 & 8/2Pittsburgh Symphony's Classical BBQs to Bring Summer to Heinz Hall, 7/11 & 8/2
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2015

?A night for the entire family, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is hosting two Classical BBQ events in the Heinz Hall Summer Garden on July 11 and August 2.  Each Classical BBQ is filled with orchestral favorites in a fun-filled atmosphere, including pre- and post-concert entertainment and a chance to mingle with Pittsburgh Symphony musicians. (more...)

Violinist Eduardo Rios to Kick Off Summer Symphony Nights at Miller Outdoor Theatre, 6/18Violinist Eduardo Rios to Kick Off Summer Symphony Nights at Miller Outdoor Theatre, 6/18
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2015

The Houston Symphony's 2015 ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights series at Miller Outdoor Theatre will kick off on June 18 as the Symphony welcomes violinist Eduardo Rios and guest conductor Gergely Madaras to the Miller stage for the first time. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2015

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MUSIC MOUNTAIN Presents Musical Fireworks with Arianna String QuartetMUSIC MOUNTAIN Presents Musical Fireworks with Arianna String Quartet
by BWW News Desk - Jun 14, 2015

The sky will illuminate with musical fireworks when America's Oldest Continuing Chamber Music Festival, Music Mountain, celebrates the 4th of July! The weekend begins on Friday, July 3rd (7:30pm) with Colin Carr, cello and Jonathan Yates, piano, in recital performing Bach and Beethoven. (more...)

Review Roundup: Chris Pratt Stars in JURASSIC WORLD, Now Roaring Back to TheatersReview Roundup: Chris Pratt Stars in JURASSIC WORLD, Now Roaring Back to Theaters
by Movies News Desk - Jun 12, 2015

Chris Pratt stars in the sequel to the classic 1993 movie JURASSIC PARK, now titled JURASSIC WORLD. (more...)

North/South Chamber Orchestra to Close 35th Season, 6/16North/South Chamber Orchestra to Close 35th Season, 6/16
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2015

On Tuesday evening June 16, the North/South Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Max Lifchitz welcomes the summer season when it concludes its 35th season performing a concert featuring four new works by composers hailing from Puerto Rico and the US. (more...)

Creative License Productions Coming to FringeNYCCreative License Productions Coming to FringeNYC
by BWW News Desk - Jun 10, 2015

Creative License Productions is proud to present the New York Premiere of Creative License as part of the 19th annual New York International Fringe Festival - FringeNYC. A new Boston-based rock musical with book and lyrics by Kevin Cirone and music by Cirone, Spencer Elliott and Dan Rodriguez, Creative License is a testament to the power of art, family, friendship, and double-malt scotch. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at Alice Eve Cohen in THIN WALLS at Kitchen TheatrePhoto Flash: First Look at Alice Eve Cohen in THIN WALLS at Kitchen Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jun 10, 2015

Writer/performer Alice Eve Cohen, whose solo play What I Thought I Knew closed the 2012-2013 Kitchen Theatre Company season, is back with another play to close another successful season at the Kitchen. Thin Walls is a one-woman play set in a century-old New York City residential hotel, once elegant but now crumbling. This darkly humorous and moving play interweaves stories of the building's long-term residents, its recent arrivals, and its ghosts. Audiences who loved What I Thought I Knew will love this one too! Thin Walls opens for previews tonight, June 10, press opening is on June 13, and performances run through June 28. BroadwayWorld has a first look at Cohen onstage below! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Circuit's SEMINAR Should Be Required ViewingBWW Reviews: Circuit's SEMINAR Should Be Required Viewing
by Joseph Baker - Jun 1, 2015

There's something intrinsically dramatic about a formidable artist/instructor who, because of whatever circumstances, finds that he or she has to step down a rung on the ladder of fame in order not to slip from that ladder altogether. It isn't necessarily a new theme that Theresa Rebeck tackles in the acid-etched comedy SEMINAR, directed by Irene Crist and currently running at Circuit Playhouse. While watching it, I was reminded of other works dealing with artists who, out of necessity, must share their genius (and sharpen their verbal talons) on eager, ambitious upstarts. Not too long ago, there was a production of John Logan's RED, about the artist Mark Rothko and his fictional assistant. Nor should we forget Terrence McNally's MASTER CLASS, with diva Maria Callas holding a voice master class with students trembling under her aura. Other, similar (if fictional) titles leap to mind: Consider that holy terror from THE PAPER CHASE, 'Professor Kingsfield' (John Houseman), intimidating Timothy Bottoms' frustrated law student. To these master instructors we can now add the imperious 'Leonard' (deliciously played by Michael Detroit, who, as a real-life instructor, has an innate understanding of the interplay between teacher and student), a famous novelist who has been to the well of inspiration once too often and is now (for $5000 per student) reluctantly willing to train his weary eyes on material that more often than not elicits blistering barbs of criticism; and a varied and pretentious lot they are - the affluent 'Kate' (whose spacious and expensive apartment furnishes the setting for the seminar meetings, and whose six-year struggle with a story is rather like a plane that bumps along a runway and can't quite take flight); the name-dropping 'Douglas,' who has written something fit for THE NEW YORKER (ordinarily an impressive feat - except when Leonard derides its 'detached intelligence'); the opportunistic 'Izzy,' who isn't beyond parlaying her particular affinity for sex into a form of self-promotion; and, finally, the disproving 'Martin,' whose intellectual probity causes him to roll his eyes at the pretentiousness of people like Douglas. (more...)

Houston Ballet to Close 2014-15 Season with John Cranko's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, 6/11-21Houston Ballet to Close 2014-15 Season with John Cranko's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, 6/11-21
by BWW News Desk - Jun 1, 2015

From June 11-21, 2015, Houston Ballet will present John Cranko's staging of The Taming of the Shrew, a masterful choreographic depiction of Shakespeare's perpetually battling lovers, Petruchio and Katherina, and of Petruchio's determination to bend the feisty, independent-spirited and tempestuous Katherina to his will. (more...)

Windy City Playhouse Sets THINGS YOU SHOULDN'T SAY PAST MIDNIGHT CastWindy City Playhouse Sets THINGS YOU SHOULDN'T SAY PAST MIDNIGHT Cast
by BWW News Desk - Jul 9, 2015

Windy City Playhouse, Chicago's newest Equity theater, announces the cast for its third production, the riotous Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight: A Comedy in Three Beds from Peter Ackerman, co-author of 20th Century Fox's hit animated film Ice Age. This contemporary sex farce is directed by William Brown, fresh off his successful run of Doubt at Writers Theatre. Brown directs a stellar cast of Broadway veterans and rising stars including Emily Tate, Peter Meadows, Patrese McClain, Shane Kenyon, Chris Sheard and Robert Spencer. Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight runs August 12-October 4 at Windy City Playhouse, 3014 W. Irving Park. Opening night is Saturday, August 15. windycityplayhouse.com/things/ (more...)

Music Mountain to Present Harlem String Quartet with Francine Kay & More, 8/22-23Music Mountain to Present Harlem String Quartet with Francine Kay & More, 8/22-23
by BWW News Desk - Jul 31, 2015

Music Mountain, America's Oldest Continuing Summer Chamber Music Festival, continues its 86th anniversary season with another weekend of esteemed artists. Saturday, August 22 welcomes Peter & Will Anderson, with guest Alex Wintz, guitar, performing the best of bebop and jazz (6:30pm). The music continues on Sunday afternoon August 23(3pm) with the Harlem String Quartet and guest artist Francine Kay, piano, performing Beethoven, Turina, Bartok, Borodin, and Dvorak. Concerts are scheduled thru September 27. (more...)

LEND ME A TENOR Opens Tonight at Peninsula PlayersLEND ME A TENOR Opens Tonight at Peninsula Players
by BWW News Desk - Jul 29, 2015

Peninsula Players Theatre, America's Oldest Professional Resident Summer Theater and Door County's theatrical icon, continues its 80th season tonight, July 29, through August 16 when it presents Ken Ludwig's hilarious comedy, 'Lend Me A Tenor.' (more...)

August Wilson's Entire 10-Play Century Cycle Now Available In Full To StreamAugust Wilson's Entire 10-Play Century Cycle Now Available In Full To Stream
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 28, 2015

Relive the epic cycle by August Wilson! (more...)

CRITICS' CHOICE: Whole Lotta Theatre Goin' OnCRITICS' CHOICE: Whole Lotta Theatre Goin' On
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 23, 2015

Theater in Tennessee has never been busier nor has it been more diverse than what you'll find onstage this weekend throughout the Volunteer State. From frothy and fun summer musicals that are sure to make you think - like All Shook Up at Chaffin's Barn and A Chorus Line at Cumberland County Playhouse - to new plays from Shawn Whitsell (his latest, Songs For Our Sons, premieres at Darkhorse Theatre on Friday night) and emerging playwright Che Pieper (his new script based on the book The Man With the Light in His Window debuts at The Theater Bug this weekend)…the magic of live theater is all around you…even in this heat and humidity! So pull your seersucker suits and sundresses out of the closet, get all gussied up and make your way to the relative cool of a darkened theater for some midsummer magic! (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jul 21, 2015

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Las Vegas Philharmonic to Open 2015-16 Season with Beethoven & Brahms, 9/12Las Vegas Philharmonic to Open 2015-16 Season with Beethoven & Brahms, 9/12
by BWW News Desk - Jul 21, 2015

The Las Vegas Philharmonic introduces the 2015-2016 concert season with an opening night performance of Beethoven and Brahms on Saturday, September 12th at 7:30 p.m. in Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center. (more...)

DIAL M FOR MURDER to Open 7/8 at Peninsula PlayersDIAL M FOR MURDER to Open 7/8 at Peninsula Players
by BWW News Desk - Jul 2, 2015

Peninsula Players Theatre, America's Oldest Professional Resident Summer Theater and Door County's theatrical icon, continues its 80th season July 8 through 26 when it presents the classic suspense-filled thriller, 'Dial M for Murder' by Frederick Knott. 'Dial M for Murder' was first staged on Broadway in 1952 and Knott adapted the script for Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 classic film. (more...)

FOOLS, SHOW BUSINESS and More to Screen at NewFilmmakers NY, 7/22FOOLS, SHOW BUSINESS and More to Screen at NewFilmmakers NY, 7/22
by Movies News Desk - Jul 17, 2015

NewFilmmakers is a unique Screening Series that gives new filmmakers the opportunity to screen their films in New York, Los Angeles, and Online. (more...)

Comedy Central Honored with 26 Primetime EMMY NominationsComedy Central Honored with 26 Primetime EMMY Nominations
by TV News Desk - Jul 17, 2015

Comedy Central earned a record 26 nominations in the 2014-2015 Primetime Emmy® Awards competition with seven individual series receiving nominations (more...)

CRITICS' CHOICE: It's A Big Weekend OnstageCRITICS' CHOICE: It's A Big Weekend Onstage
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 16, 2015

And Sondra Morton, Jayme Smith and co. (that would be Act Too) stages their company's latest work at the historic Franklin Theatre - The Sound of Music - starring Kimberly Rye as Maria, Cameron Bortz as Rolf and the inimitable Matt Baugher as Georg Von Trapp. Check it out! (more...)

BWW Reviews: Lincoln Center Festival Presents the National Ballet of ChinaBWW Reviews: Lincoln Center Festival Presents the National Ballet of China
by Rose Marija - Jul 15, 2015

Presented by the Lincoln Center Festival, on July 8, 2015, at the David H. Koch Theater, The National Ballet of China opened their 5-day run with The Peony Pavilion, considered one of the most famous love stories in Chinese literature. The modern production by the National Ballet of China (NBC) is an adaptation of the 1598 play of the same name, written by Tang Xianzu, which is often compared to Romeo & Juliet, published in nearly the same year. (more...)

Bradley Brookshire to Perform Goldberg Variations at Cooperstown Summer Music Festival, 7/30Bradley Brookshire to Perform Goldberg Variations at Cooperstown Summer Music Festival, 7/30
by BWW News Desk - Jul 15, 2015

The Cooperstown Summer Music Festival presents The Goldberg Variations Demystified on Thursday, July 30 at 7:30 pm at Hyde Hall in Cooperstown. Bradley Brookshire, harpsichord, will perform The Goldberg Variations on a two manual harpsichord, and offer insights into J.S. Bach's colorful and ambitious masterpiece. Seen and Heard International  asserts, “Many have played the Goldberg Variations, but few with Brookshire's imagination and brilliance.” (more...)

BOHEMIA Opens 9/10BOHEMIA Opens 9/10
by BWW News Desk - Jul 15, 2015

From the duo who created last year's award-winning sell-out hit Seattle Vice comes a new cabaret about love, classical music, art nouveau, and absinthe. Bohemia is a new musical set in 1890s Prague that combines the music of Dvo?ak and Chopin, with art by Alphonse Mucha. Historic artists like Sarah Bernhardt, George Sand, and Oscar Wilde interweave with green fairies, aerial numbers, dance, burlesque, classical piano battles, comedy, and original songs. (more...)

Blackbird Theatre Mounts World Premiere of MYTH MusicalBlackbird Theatre Mounts World Premiere of MYTH Musical
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 14, 2015

After four critically acclaimed seasons, Nashville's Blackbird Theater (winner of the 2013 First Night Award for outstanding theater company) opens what company founders Greg Greene and Wes Driver call their “magnum Opus,” the new musical Myth, opening this Friday night, July 17, running through July 26 at the Hillsboro High School Theatre in Green Hills. (more...)

Music Mountain to Welcome Penderecki String Quartet & More, 8/1-2Music Mountain to Welcome Penderecki String Quartet & More, 8/1-2
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2015

Music Mountain, America's oldest continuing summer chamber music festival, continues its 86th anniversary on Saturday, August 1st with the Sharon Playhouse performing an evening of song from the best of Broadway at 8pm with a pre-concert dinner at The Falls Village Inn at 5pm. (more...)

TrapX Security Secures Series B Investment to Increase Enterprise Adoption of Deception-Based Cyber Security Defense TrapX Security Secures Series B Investment to Increase Enterprise Adoption of Deception-Based Cyber Security Defense
by BWW News Desk - Jul 10, 2015

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Music Mountain to Welcome Avalon String Quartet & Swingtime Big Band, 7/25-26Music Mountain to Welcome Avalon String Quartet & Swingtime Big Band, 7/25-26
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2015

Music Mountain, America's oldest continuing summer chamber music festival, continues its 86th season with Swingtime Big Band on Saturday, July 25th (6:30pm) playing the best music of the Swing Era! Plus pre-concert dinner at Falls Village Inn (5pm). The weekend continues on Sunday, July 26th (3pm) with the Avalon String Quartet performing Faure, Debussy, and Ravel with guest artists Jan Opalach, Bass-Baritone and Jonathan Yates, Piano and Music Mountain's new Musical Director. For the second season, Music Mountain is offering an extended summer program filled with Music Mountain debuts, first time guests, brand new series', and returning favorite bands and ensembles! Chamber, country, opera, jazz, and folk concerts are scheduled thru September 27th. (more...)

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