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Magdalena Miecznicka to Make Playwriting Debut at Hampstead Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 27, 2023

Magdalena Miecznicka is set to make her playwriting debut at Hampstead Theatre with Nineteen Gardens, an intimate two-hander directed by Alice Hamilton and starring Olivia Le Andersen and David Sturzaker. 

Photos: First Look at THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS at San Francisco Opera by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 24, 2023

San Francisco Opera’s 101st season continues with the highly anticipated Bay Area premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs. Check out production photos here!

Ballet Theatre of Maryland and Full Circle Dance Company To Present WE WALK IN MOONLIGHT by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 23, 2023

BALLET THEATRE OF MARYLAND AND FULL CIRCLE DANCE COMPANY will present 'We Walk in Moonlight: A Collaboration of Movement, Myth, and Mystery' at The Gordon Center. Don't miss this unique performance featuring a world premiere by Travis D. Gatling. Get your tickets now!

The Met to Perform Verdi's REQUIEM This Moth Led by Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2023

The Met’s Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer Music Director, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, will conduct Verdi’s Requiem for three performances only, on September 27, 29, and 30.

Teatro Vista's ¡BERNARDA! Opens Next Month by Stephi Wild - Sep 6, 2023

Teatro Vista, Chicago’s premier Latine theatre, has announced their Fall production, ¡BERNARDA!, a new take on Federico García Lorca’s classic 'The House of Bernarda Alba.' Learn more about the show and how to get tickets here!

San Francisco Opera Presents the Bay Area Premiere of THE (R)EVOLUTION OF STEVE JOBS by Stephi Wild - Sep 1, 2023

San Francisco Opera’s 101st season continues with the highly anticipated Bay Area premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs opening on Friday, September 22.

Review: BBC PROM 49: SCHUMANN'S DAS PARADIES UND DIE PERI, Royal Albert Hall by Louise Penn - Aug 23, 2023

This is a piece of folk storytelling at its best. Das Paradies und die Peri is an exciting piece of music which has everything you might want in an evening: moments of battle evoked by complex orchestrations; true love brought to life by the emotional power of song; and eventual redemption.

Ivo van Hove to Direct JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR in Amsterdam in 2024 by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 18, 2023

Ivo van Hove is set to direct a production of Jesus Christ Superstar at Nationale Theaterkassa in the Netherlands in 2024. Find out more about this highly anticipated production and the renowned director's impressive body of work.

Ballet Theatre of Maryland Releases Individual Tickets For 2023-2024 Season by Stephi Wild - Aug 15, 2023

Ballet Theatre of Maryland, the state’s leading professional ballet company, has released individual tickets for sale for their 45th year in residence at Maryland Hall for the Arts. This season, BTM will celebrate its Sapphire Anniversary with The Firebird, The Nutcracker, Momentum, and The Sleeping Beauty. 

SOCCER MOMMY Shares Cover of Sheryl Crow's 'Soak Up The Sun' by Michael Major - Jul 27, 2023

Soccer Mommy continues to tour in support of 2022’s critically acclaimed album Sometimes, Forever, and is opening for Maggie Rogers on her current run. Ahead of tonight’s show at NYC’s Forest Hills Stadium, Soccer Mommy is sharing a cover of Sheryl Crow’s “Soak Up The Sun.” Check out upcoming tour dates!

Newport Classical Announces 2023-2024 Chamber Series Concerts From September Through June; Tickets On Sale August 1 by A.A. Cristi - Jul 26, 2023

Following its successful summer festival, Newport Classical continues its commitment to ongoing year-round programming for the third year, with a full season, nine-concert Chamber Series held on Fridays at 7:30pm, running from September 2023 through June 2024 at the organization's home venue, Newport Classical Recital Hall (42 Dearborn St.).

ALASKA REID Shares Final Single Off Debut Album by Michael Major - Jul 11, 2023

Written while touring (Reid has opened for the likes of Porches, Charli XCX, Magdalena Bay, Maya Hawke, and Caroline Polachek), Disenchanter draws on the deep traditions of American country songwriting, the big, gritty guitars of Northwestern grunge, and the unrushed ease of Southern California living.

José María Velasco Encontró En La Geografía Mexicana El Tema Central De Su Obra by A.A. Cristi - Jul 5, 2023

“Este joven artista hará grande honor a su patria”, comentó acerca del pintor José María Velasco uno de sus principales maestros Eugenio Landesio, y no se equivocó, pues para muchos críticos de arte Velasco “innovó la forma de pintar, sacando el caballete al campo para dibujar y esbozar una y otra vez sus proyectos”. 

Review: PINOCCHIO at Everest Production by Natalia Jarczynska - Jun 15, 2023

What did our critic think of PINOCCHIO at Everest Production? The new production of Everest brings something for young and older spectators. It also shows something that is a mixture of music, acrobatics, and dance combined into one story.

ALASKA REID Shares New A. G. Cook-Produced Single 'Palomino' by Michael Major - May 30, 2023

Written while touring (Reid has opened for the likes of Porches, Charli XCX, Magdalena Bay, Maya Hawke, and Caroline Polachek), Disenchanter draws on the traditions of American country songwriting, the big, gritty guitars of Northwestern grunge, and the unrushed ease of Southern California living, all complemented by the production style of Cook.

Reúnen Danza, Performance, Música, Pintura En Manifiesta III: A 30 Años De La Fundación De X Teresa by A.A. Cristi - May 25, 2023

Ex Teresa Arte Actual, perteneciente a la Red de Museos del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Arte y Literatura (Inbal), se suma de manera extensiva y en diálogo abierto al festejo convocado por el artista visual Eloy Tarcisio, fundador y primer director del recinto para celebrar los 30 años del recinto con el evento conmemorativo Manifiesta III: A 30 años de la fundación de X Teresa.  

Pregones/PRTT's TORCHED! to Make Off-Broadway Debut in June by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2023

Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater’s original musical production TORCHED! will run for the first time in the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater in Manhattan, the company’s historic Off-Broadway house.

National Philharmonic Reveals 2023-2024 Season by Stephi Wild - May 18, 2023

National Philharmonic (NatPhil) announced its 2023-2024 Season, which includes six classical programs conducted by Music Director Piotr Gajewski, one classical concert led by guest conductor Jeri Lynne Johnson, and two choral performances presented in partnership with The Washington Chorus (TWC) and conducted by TWC Artistic Director Eugene Rogers. All season concerts will be held at The Music Center at Strathmore, the Orchestra’s longstanding home in Montgomery County.

Tom Stoppard and Richard Bean Feature in Hampstead Theatre's New Season by Aliya Al-Hassan - May 18, 2023

Hampstead Theatre has announced a full season of eight new productions beginning on 7 September 2023 and running until 16 March 2024.

A.R.T. Names 2023 ACOM Cohort, Launching Learning Intensive for Arts Leaders by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 15, 2023

American Repertory Theater has announced the members of the 2023 cohort of its Arts & Cultural Organizational Management (ACOM) program.

Wagner College Opera to Present LOVE & OTHER MIRACLES in May by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 1, 2023

Wagner College Opera will present Love & Other Miracles, a charming double-bill featuring Mozart's Bastien and Bastienna and Lecocq's Le Docteur Miracle.

Polish Violinist Magdalena Filipczak to Make Carnegie Hall Debut in May by Blair Ingenthron - Apr 30, 2023

Creative Classical Concert Management will present the Carnegie Hall debut of award-winning Polish violinist Magdalena Filipczak on Tuesday, May 30th at 8pm in Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall. The program is inspired by the phantasy motif, including Phantasies by Schubert, Wieniawski and Schönberg.

Review: THE HEARING TRUMPET at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw by Natalia Jarczynska - Apr 29, 2023

What did our critic think of THE HEARING TRUMPET at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw?

92NY Presents Stefan Jackiw, Alisa Weilerstei, and Daniil Trifonov Playing Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and More by Stephi Wild - Apr 27, 2023

The 92nd Street Y, New York (92NY), one of New York's leading cultural venues, presents, Stefan Jackiw, violin; Alisa Weilerstein, cello; and Daniil Trifonov, piano, play Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and more on May 20, 2023 at 7:30pm ET in the Kaufmann Concert Hall.

Photos: First Look at TRĄBKA DO SŁUCHANIA at Wrocławski Teatr Współczesny by Blair Ingenthron - Apr 23, 2023

Utrzymany w punkowym duchu i estetyce „zrób to sam' spektakl, w którym śmiech jest bardzo ważnym orężem. „Trąbka do słuchania” to groteskowa historia o poszukiwaczkach zaginionego Graala, przywodząca na myśl utwory Lewisa Carrolla i powieści łotrzykowskie.

Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana to Return to The Joyce Theater for 40th Anniversary Season by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 21, 2023

Following the sensational, critically-lauded world premiere of FRONTERAS in summer 2022, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana is set to storm the stage of The Joyce Theater once more from June 13-18 with their signature flair and percussive footwork.

ALASKA REID Shares New A. G. Cook-Produced Single & Announces U.S. Tour Dates by Michael Major - Apr 19, 2023

Written while touring (Reid has opened for the likes of Porches, Charli XCX, Magdalena Bay, Maya Hawke, and Caroline Polachek),  Disenchanter draws on the deep traditions of American country songwriting, the big, gritty guitars of Northwestern grunge, and the unrushed ease of Southern California living. Plus, check out tour dates!

MAGDALENA BAY Release New Songs via 'mini mix vol. 3' Ahead of Coachella Debut Tomorrow by Michael Major - Apr 13, 2023

Los Angeles indie-pop duo Magdalena Bay released their self-produced debut album Mercurial World to mass critical acclaim, sold-out headline tours, #1 Billboard chart positions, and tours supporting the likes of Charli XCX and Flume. But before all of that, Mica Tenenbaum and Matt Lewin perfected the art of DIY with the mini mix.

Osmo Vänskä Leads The Curtis Symphony Orchestra For Its First-Ever West Coast Tour by Stephi Wild - Apr 11, 2023

GRAMMY Award-winning conductor Osmo Vänskä teams up with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra for the school's first-ever West Coast tour of the United States, May 12–22, 2023.

Tanghalan Mandaluyong Restages HESUS NAZARENO by Oliver Oliveros - Apr 6, 2023

To celebrate the 12th-anniversary of Tanghalan Mandaluyong Inc. (TMI), two-time Aliw Awards nominee and grassroots theater company, brings back its annual 'Hesus Nazareno' passion play on Good Friday (April 7) and Black Saturday (April 8) at the Hulo Covered Court, San Jose St., Barangay Hulo, Mandaluyong City.

Children and Families an 16 London Boroughs Take Part in Month-Long SPINE Festival by A.A. Cristi - Apr 4, 2023

Now in its 8th year, SPINE Festival transforms libraries into creative hubs, introducing children aged 5 – 11 to the joys of their local library, to different art forms and to all the wonderful ways that words can be used. 16 London boroughs will be hosting their own programmes of free workshops and performances supported by leading spoken word poetry organisation Apples and Snakes and a team of 16 Artists in Residence.

Wigmore Hall Announces Over 500 Concerts For The New Season by Stephi Wild - Mar 29, 2023

Wigmore Hall's 2023/24 season was announced by John Gilhooly, the Hall's Director. With more than 500 concerts from September 2023 to July 2024 featuring some 2500 artists performing music from the past six centuries, it is the largest programme of classical music concerts in the UK. 

ALASKA REID Announces A. G. Cook Co-Produced Debut Album & Shares 'Back To This' by Michael Major - Mar 7, 2023

Written while touring (Reid has opened for the likes of Porches, Charli XCX, Magdalena Bay, Maya Hawke, and Caroline Polachek), Disenchanter draws on the deep traditions of American country songwriting, the big, gritty guitars of Northwestern grunge, and the unrushed ease of Southern California living.

Review: Visit THE LOWER ROOM at Freefall Stage by Courtney Symes - Mar 5, 2023

The Passion of Christ is a story that has inspired many retellings, from major motion pictures to plays on a smaller scale. Freefall Stage brings it to life with a thoughtful and timely production of The Lower Room, which gives an original perspective not often seen in theatre. It tells the story of Jesus’ last days through the eyes of those who took care of him in life and in death – the women. Written by Pat Wooley, The Lower Room has been bringing this reimagined experience to audiences for over 40 years.

Cantantes Y Ensambles Vocales Presentarán Lo Mejor De Su Repertorio En El Ciclo Los Colores De La Voz by A.A. Cristi - Mar 3, 2023

La Coordinación Nacional de Música y Ópera (CNMO) del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (Inbal) dará inicio este 4 de marzo al ciclo Los colores de la voz, el cual se realiza desde 2018 y que fue creado con la intención de brindar al público la oportunidad de disfrutar importantes obras del repertorio vocal internacional. 

Houston Contemporary Dance Company Presents COINCIDE, April 29 by A.A. Cristi - Feb 27, 2023

Houston Contemporary Dance Company's primary focus is to provide Houstonians with opportunities to view world class contemporary concert dance and engage with the artists involved, including dancers, choreographers and designers. Coincide will present 2 World Premieres by Alexander Anderson and Yoshito Sakuraba. The company will also present works from Choreographers Eoghan Dillon, Andrea Dawn Shelley and a film from Hope Stone Dance. 

Review: ALCINA in Concert, New MACBETH Production at Barcelona's Liceu �" Guess Who Comes Out on Top: Part One by Richard Sasanow - Feb 23, 2023

Two operas in two days at Barcelona’s legendary Liceu opera house. Who could ask for anything more? Well, turns out you can, judging by the visiting ALCINA from Marc Minkowski’s Musiciens du Louvre and the Liceu’s new production of Verdi’s MACBETH by Jaume Planes. Part One: Handel’s ALCINA

The Hails Release New Single 'Breathless' by Michael Major - Feb 16, 2023

Five-piece indie outfit The Hails unveil their next single “Breathless,” and set a run of upcoming tour dates supporting The Happy Fits. Dreamily sliding from a leisurely guitar-driven stroll into a swanky groove, “Breathless” tier by tier climbs in intricacy until a sharp, punctuated ending on an exhale.

Caroline Polachek Shares New Album 'Desire, I Want to Turn Into You' by Michael Major - Feb 14, 2023

This collection - co-produced almost entirely by Polachek and Danny L. Harle - experiments with melodies & sounds less familiar in the pop mainstream, from the Scottish bagpipes in “Blood And Butter” to flamenco rhythms in “Sunset.” An ethereal experience, this album is filled with lush vocal adornments, lyrics bursting with odes to love.

Review: RABBLE at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw by Natalia Jarczynska - Feb 13, 2023

What did our critic think of RABBLE at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw? This show is unlike any other. Interactive, audience-friendly yet intimate in a very comfortable way. The play is based on Kacper Poblocki's book and gives an interesting perspective on Polish history. This is the part we forget, ignore, or intentionally hide. We come from the countryside, from the oppressed plebs who lived hand to mouth, day by day for someone else.

NEC's Jazz Studies and CMA Programs Announce Winter-Spring Season by Stephi Wild - Feb 8, 2023

​​​​​​​New England Conservatory (NEC) has announced a wide-ranging spring season of jazz and contemporary musical arts events featuring a diverse roster of ensembles and programming. Concerts are free and open to the public.

STAR WARS: VISIONS Volume 2 to Premiere on Disney+ in May by Michael Major - Feb 2, 2023

Following on the Emmy Award®-nominated success of “Star Wars: Visions,” the newest volume will continue to push the boundaries of 'Star Wars' storytelling, with nine new shorts from 9 studios from around the globe. Employing the most captivating animation styles from a variety of countries and cultures.

New England Conservatory Announces Winter-Spring 2023 Concerts Featuring Expansive Programming Across Genres by A.A. Cristi - Feb 1, 2023

New England Conservatory (NEC) announces an expansive winter-spring season of performances, featuring a diverse roster of ensembles and programming. Ensembles large and small perform in NEC's world-class venues, including Jordan Hall and the Plimpton Shattuck Black Box Theatre.  

Caroline Polachek Releases New Single 'Blood and Butter' by Michael Major - Jan 31, 2023

Caroline Polachek has shared another taste of her highly anticipated upcoming album with the new offering, “Blood And Butter.” Co-produced by Polachek and Danny L. Harle, “Blood And Butter'' features Scottish bagpipes by BBC Award winner Brìghde Chaimbeul, a flex rarely seen in pop music that makes perfect sense in Polachek’s pastoral landscape.

Review: SWEENEY TODD at Kungliga Operan by Annette Stolt - Jan 29, 2023

The first musical at the Royal Opera House in Stockholm is absolutely fantastic!

The Dryden Ensemble Presents ANNA MAGDALENA BACH: HER STORY Next Weekend by Stephi Wild - Jan 26, 2023

The Dryden Ensemble presents “Anna Magdalena Bach: Her Story” on Sunday, February 5 at 3:00 p.m. at the Princeton Theological Seminary Chapel, 64 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ. This concert is free and open to the public.

Ballet Theatre Of Maryland Receives Funding From The National Endowment For The Arts by A.A. Cristi - Jan 25, 2023

Ballet Theatre of Maryland has announced it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Challenge America award of $10,000. This grant is one of 262 Challenge America awards totaling $2.62 million that were announced by the NEA as part of its first round of fiscal year 2023 grants.

Dance Cork Firkin Crane Announces Winter/Spring 2023 Season by Stephi Wild - Jan 25, 2023

Dance Cork Firkin Crane springs into 2023 with a packed programme of performances, residencies, classes, and workshops. Running from January–July 2023, the programme presents artists from all over Ireland and international artists from the USA, Spain, France, Scotland, The Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland.

BERNARDA ALBA EL MUSICAL llegará al Teatro La Latina en marzo by Juan-Jose Gonzalez - Jan 23, 2023

La compañía Agosto del 36 presenta en Madrid el musical de Michael LaChiusa basado en la obra de Federico García Lorca.


Women Weaving
The Seed of God
The Omen Bird
My Bus and I
The Emerald
The Civilized People
Food for Thought
Come to Columbia
Plan It by the Planets
Bon Soir, Paris
Travel, Travel, Travel
The Broken Pianolita
River Song
Chivor Dance
The Forbidden Orchid
The Singing Tree
Vals de Espana
Pièce de Resistance
The Broken Bus
The Theft
Women Weaving
The Omen Bird
The Emerald
The Civilized People
Food For Thought
Come To Columbia
Plan It By The Planets
Bonsoir Paris
Travel, Travel, Travel
The Forbidden Orchid
The Singing Tree
Piece De Resistance
The Seed Of God
Magdalena has had 3 productions including Broadway which opened in 1948, Broadway which opened in 1948 and Off-Broadway which opened in 1987.



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