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Charleston Symphony Announces 2023-2024 Season Featuring Michelle Cann, Pinchas Zuker Photo Charleston Symphony Announces 2023-2024 Season Featuring Michelle Cann, Pinchas Zukerman & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 9, 2023

The Charleston Symphony has announced their complete 2023-24 season, featuring eight Masterworks Series and four Pops concerts.

South Bend Symphony Orchestra to Welcome Kayhan Kalhor in March Photo South Bend Symphony Orchestra to Welcome Kayhan Kalhor in March
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 6, 2023

The South Bend Symphony Orchestra will welcome internationally acclaimed virtuoso Kayhan Kalhor at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 4, at the Morris Performing Arts Center for Kalhor + Brahms.

South Bend Symphony Orchestra to Present TANGO CALIENTE in February Photo South Bend Symphony Orchestra to Present TANGO CALIENTE in February
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 11, 2023

The South Bend Symphony Orchestra will  welcome a sizzling tango troupe at Tango Caliente! on February 11 at the Morris Performing Arts Center.

Vallejo Center for the Arts to Present TCHAIKOVSKY'S STAR CROSSED LOVERS in January Photo Vallejo Center for the Arts to Present TCHAIKOVSKY'S STAR CROSSED LOVERS in January
by Blair Ingenthron - Dec 4, 2022

The Vallejo Center for the Arts will present a unique musical offering, Tchaikovsky's Star-Crossed Lovers, at the historic Empress Theatre in Vallejo on Saturday, January 14 at 7:30 p.m.

Minnesota Orchestra Announces New Contract Agreement With Musicians Photo Minnesota Orchestra Announces New Contract Agreement With Musicians
by Stephi Wild - Sep 23, 2022

The Minnesota Orchestra's governing body and its musicians have approved a new four-year collective bargaining agreement (CBA), effective immediately and extending through August 31, 2026. The agreement was separately ratified by both the Board of Directors and the musicians, who are members of the Twin Cities Musicians' Union (Local 30-73).

Sarasota Orchestra Presents March Concerts with Passion, Lyricism and a Little Suspen Photo Sarasota Orchestra Presents March Concerts with Passion, Lyricism and a Little Suspense
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 14, 2022

Sarasota Orchestra's March concerts include a star-studded line-up of Broadway soloists on its second Pops program, an alluring Masterworks program featuring works that embody the ‚Äúsound‚ÄĚ of America and a unique, mystery-themed Great Escapes performance that takes listeners on a suspenseful journey.¬†

The NSO to Present Four Classical Programs in March Photo The NSO to Present Four Classical Programs in March
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 11, 2022

The National Symphony Orchestra will continue its Classical series this March with four subscription concert programs at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, including a two-week residency with conductor, composer, and 2019 Kennedy Center Honoree Michael Tilson Thomas.

BWW Review: CHICAGO at Music Theatre Wichita, A Dazzling Production Photo BWW Review: CHICAGO at Music Theatre Wichita, A Dazzling Production
by Craig Richardson - Jul 30, 2019

'Welcome. Ladies and Gentlemen, you are about to see a story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery-all those things we all hold near and dear to our hearts. Thank you.'

Photo Flash: First Look at Clyde Alves, Julie Eicher, Ben Fankhauser, and More in AN  Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Clyde Alves, Julie Eicher, Ben Fankhauser, and More in AN AMERICAN IN PARIS in Wichita
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2019

Music Theatre Wichita has continued its 2019 Season with a colorfully re-imagined production of the 2015 Broadway success An American in Paris. With direction and all-new choreography by Jeffry Denman, the large cast is headed by Clyde Alves (On the Town, Nice Work if You Can Get It), Julie Eicher (Miss Saigon and Phantom National Tours), Ben Fankhauser (Newsies, Beautiful), Rachel Rhodes-Devey (South Pacific National Tour), and Johnny Stellard (Anastasia, Evita).

BWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Music Theatre Wichita, A thought-provoking musical  Photo BWW Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC at Music Theatre Wichita, A thought-provoking musical still poignant to our times
by Craig Richardson - Jun 13, 2019

Opening Night. There's nothing like it in the world. Jitters can occur. Mistakes could happen. One hopes everything comes together and the rehearsal time and hard work has paid off. Luckily, for Music Theatre Wichita's producing artistic director Wayne Bryan, opening night was nothing short of absolute shear success for his season opener ‚ÄúThe Sound of Music.‚ÄĚ Music Theatre Wichita is in its 48th year.

American Classical Orchestra Opens Lincoln Center Season With All-Mozart Program Photo American Classical Orchestra Opens Lincoln Center Season With All-Mozart Program
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 14, 2018

American Classical Orchestra (ACO) kicks off its 2018-19 season on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 8:00pm in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center with Mozart Serenade, a concert of festive music by Mozart. ACO is joined by acclaimed period violinist Krista Bennion Feeney in Mozart's Haffner Serenade and will use contrabasses instead of cellos as is indicated in the original score, creating a refreshingly transparent sound. Pianist Christian De Luca, a virtuosic Juilliard historical performance program graduate, makes his Lincoln Center debut on fortepiano in Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, a work popularized in the Swedish film Elvira Madigan. The 2018-2019 season marks the orchestra's 34th year of presenting historically accurate, engaging, and educational concerts, led by Artistic Director and Founder Thomas Crawford.

BWW Interview: THE MUPPETS TAKE THE BOWL - & Take Over My Interview! Photo BWW Interview: THE MUPPETS TAKE THE BOWL - & Take Over My Interview!
by Gil Kaan - Aug 30, 2017

The Muppets will be performing their first-ever, full-length, live show at the Hollywood Bowl September 8th through 10th in their appropriately titled THE MUPPETS TAKE THE BOWL. I managed to corral a few of Muppet troupe before rehearsals for a sit-down, er, stand-up interview. Miss Piggy, Kermit and Crazy Harry, with Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem arrived with only a minor, initial commotion.

Photo Flash: Extra, Extra! NEWSIES Hits Wichita Photo Photo Flash: Extra, Extra! NEWSIES Hits Wichita
by Julie Musbach - Aug 13, 2017

Music Theatre Wichita concludes its 2017 Season, "Hollywood to Broadway: A Summer Festival of Musical Theatre" with the regional premiere of Disney's Newsies. The lively season finale has an extended run, with performances August 11-20 in the Century II Concert Hall in downtown Wichita, KS. Newsies is part of the organization's 46th season, which is also the 30th season for producing artistic director Wayne Bryan, the final of five locally produced Broadway-scale productions.

Photo Flash: First Look at MTWichita's THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, Starring Skylar Adams, Erin Clemons, and More
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2017

Music Theatre Wichita continues its 2017 Season, "Hollywood to Broadway: A Summer Festival of Musical Theatre" by introducing patrons to Stephen Schwartz and Alan Menken's The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Photo Flash: Music Theatre Wichita presents HAIRSPRAY
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 13, 2017

Music Theatre Wichita continues its 2017 Season, 'Hollywood to Broadway: A Summer Festival of Musical Theatre' by welcoming patrons to the 60s with a new version of Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman's Tony Award-winning musical Hairspray, which runs July 12-16 in the Century II Concert Hall in downtown Wichita, KS. The third of five locally produced Broadway-scale productions, Hairspray is part of the organization's 46th season, which is also the 30th season for producing artistic director Wayne Bryan.

Photo Flash: Theatre Wichita presents SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 7, 2017

Music Theatre Wichita continues its 2017 Season, "Hollywood to Broadway: A Summer Festival of Musical Theatre" with a new rendition of the vibrant 1954 movie musical turned stage show Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, which opened June 28 in the Century II Concert Hall in downtown Wichita, KS. The second of five locally produced Broadway-scale productions, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is part of the organization's 46th season, which is also the 30th season for producing artistic director Wayne Bryan.

Photo Flash: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE Opens at Music Theatre Wichita
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2017

Music Theatre Wichita opens its 2017 Season, "Hollywood to Broadway: A Summer Festival of Musical Theatre" with the 2002 Tony Award-winning Best Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie, playing June 14-18 in the Century II Concert Hall in downtown Wichita, KS. The first of five locally produced Broadway-scale productions, Thoroughly Modern Millie launches the organization's 46th season, which is also the 30th season for producing artistic director Wayne Bryan.

American Classical Orchestra Announces 2017-18 Season Under the Baton of Thomas Crawford
by BWW News Desk - May 17, 2017

The 50-piece period instrument American Classical Orchestra opens its 33rd season with Berwald's Symphony Singulaire, Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 4 ('Italian'), and Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto in G minor, featuring as soloist 12-year-old piano prodigy Adrian Romoff.

Thomas Gold Drops Surprise Remix of 'Show You Love'
by Caryn Robbins - Apr 21, 2017

Dropping the first part of his album 'Revelation' just weeks ago, German maestro Thomas Gold also finds time to unleash a monster remix for close friend KATO, on the Sigala and Hailee Steinfeld collaboration 'Show You Love'.

American Classical Orchestra Presents Final Concert, 5/11
by Christina Mancuso - Apr 13, 2017

The closing concert of the season on Thursday, May 11, at 8:00PM at Alice Tully Hall will be featuring two of Rossini's famous overtures, The Barber of Seville and William Tell; Clementi's Symphony No. 4; Paganini's 'La Campanella' from Concerto No. 2and Nardini's Violin Concerto in e minor with violinist Krista Bennion Feeney. Italian music of the Classical Era continued a long tradition of virtuosity in stringed instruments. By the beginning of the 19th century, Italian violins, violinist-composers and the violin repertoire had advanced to levels of flamboyance unrivaled anywhere else in Europe. Muzio Clementi's rarely heard symphony features virtuoso string passages unlike those of his contemporaries. Rossini's ebullient overtures complement the sentimental NardiniViolin Concerto in e minor and the fiery Paganini La Campanella.  This concert will be conducted by Thomas Crawford.

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