Nocturne 2001

Opened: May 16, 2001
Closing: June 17, 2001

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2024 Gilmore Piano Festival To Feature Over 100 Concerts And Events, April 24- May 12
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 5, 2024

The Gilmore Piano Festival returns this year with more than 100 concerts and events featuring appearances by many of the world’s preeminent classical and jazz pianists and artists, from Wednesday, April 24 to Sunday, May 12, 2024. 

The Music Academy to Present The Mariposa Series Featuring Three Concerts This Fall
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2023

Experience the unforgettable performances by Anderson & Roe Piano Duo, Anthony McGill & Gloria Chien, and Frank Huang & Natasha Kislenko at Music Academy's Mariposa Series. Don't miss this opportunity to witness the talents of these brilliant musicians as they bring classical music to life.

Two Works By Composer Lowell Liebermann To Be Performed by The Kazakh State Symphony At Carnegie Hall
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2023

The Kazakh State Symphony Orchestra, led by Maestro Andreas Delfs, will make its American debut at Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall on October 9, 2023 at 8 p.m. EDT. Learn how to purchase tickets!

'Malek Jandali Concertos' To Be Released By Cedille Records On May 12
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 17, 2023

Cedille Records releases Malek Jandali Concertos, an album featuring violin and clarinet concertos by the Syrian American composer Malek Jandali, who has been praised for writing “heart-rending melodies, lush orchestration, clever transitions and creative textures'' (American Record Guide). The album, to be released on May 12, 2023, comprises world premiere recordings of Jandali's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra with Rachel Barton Pine and Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra with Anthony McGill, performed by the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra led by Marin Alsop, a champion of the composer's music.  

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Announces 2023-24 Season Featuring 51 Concerts
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 30, 2023

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has announced its 2023-24 season, which celebrates the passing of the artistic torch and the theme of Legacy, with the final farewell concerts of two esteemed American string quartets, both with long histories at CMS.

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING to Open Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival This Month
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 7, 2022

William Shakespeare's joyous and popular comedy Much Ado About Nothing will open at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, the professional theatre on the campus of DeSales University. The show previews July 13 and 14, opens July 15, and runs through August 7 in the Schubert Theatre at the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts.

BWW Review: Kristen Lee Sergeant FALLING at Joe's Pub by Guest Reviewer Andrew Poretz
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 6, 2022

Joe's Pub was lucky when Kristen Lee Sergeant brought her CD release party to their house, and Broadway World Cabaret was lucky when guest reviewer and jazz expert Andrew Poretz covered the happening for us.

Diablo Ballet Presents One Night Only 28th Anniversary Performance April 7
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 10, 2022

Diablo Ballet will celebrate its 28th Anniversary with a one-night only performance at the Lesher Center for the Arts.  Featured on the program is the company premiere of Penny Saunders' Sur le Fil which premiered with Tulsa Ballet 2 in 2018. 

Where Are They Now? Catch Up on the Careers of the Original Cast of RENT
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 17, 2021

In our new series, 'Where Are They Now?' we're taking a look back at some of our favorite original Broadway casts, and catching up with their careers! Next up, the original cast of Rent!

American Pianists Association Announces Update for 2021 American Pianists Awards
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 29, 2021

The American Pianists Association has updated its 2021 classical award plans. The five finalists, Dominic Cheli, Kenny Broberg, Mackenzie Melemed, Michael Davidman and Sahun Sam Hong, have each recorded a private adjudicated recital with WFYI TV in Indianapolis.

EgoPo Presents Adam Rapp's NOCTURNE As An Immersive Drive-in Theatrical Event
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 30, 2021

EgoPo announces the finale of its 2020-2021 ISOLATIONS season, an interactive drive-in production of Adam Rapp's Nocturne, with preview performances on April 27 and 28, an opening on Thursday, April 29, with a final performance May 9, 2021.

REDCAT Announces Fall 2020 Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 16, 2020

In this wildly unprecedented year, Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), CalArts' center for contemporary arts in downtown Los Angeles, has announced its first-ever all-streaming and virtual season of experimentation, discovery, and lively civic discourse online this fall.

Cutting Ball Theater Presents World Premiere of UTOPIA By Charles L. Mee
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2020

Cutting Ball Theater presents the virtual World Premiere of Utopia, a wildly inventive new work by Obie Award winning playwright Charles L. Mee.

NOCTURNE Comes to Alexander Upstairs
by Stephi Wild - Aug 22, 2019

15 years ago, in Joliet, Illinois, a 17 year teenager accidentally runs over and kills his 9 year old sister in a '69 Buick Electra while driving home from his summer job. The event cracks his life wide open. As the unnamed narrator flees his childhood home to restart his life in a bookshop in New York City, he has nothing but old memories and new books to rebuild his world.

Key Pianists Returns To Weill Recital Hall At Carnegie Hall
by Julie Musbach - Jul 23, 2019

The imaginative and increasingly important Key Pianists concert series, founded by pianist Terry Eder in 2015, embarks on its fifth season with a recital by James Dick, whom American Record Guide lauded for his 'patrician civility and lucid, beautiful sonority', on Thursday evening, October 10, 2019, at 7:30 pm at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall.

Review Roundup: Bess Wohl's Darkly Comic AMERICAN HERO Opens IAMA Season
by Alan Henry - Oct 3, 2018

IAMA Theatre Company opens its 2018-19 season with a darkly comic celebration of the power of teamwork and unity to overcome adversity. James Eckhousedirects the Los Angeles premiere ofAmerican Hero, opening Sept. 21 in aPasadena Playhouse guest production at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre. Performances will continue through Oct. 21, with low-priced previews beginning Sept. 15.

Bess Wohl's AMERICAN HERO Gets LA Premiere at Pasadena Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Sep 21, 2018

IAMA Theatre Company opens its 2018-19 season with a darkly comic celebration of the power of teamwork and unity to overcome adversity. James Eckhouse directs the Los Angeles premiere ofAmerican Hero, opening Sept. 21 in aPasadena Playhouse guest production at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre. Performances will continue through Oct. 21, with low-priced previews beginning Sept. 15.

Photo Flash: Bess Wohl's Darkly Comic AMERICAN HERO Opens IAMA Season
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 18, 2018

IAMA Theatre Company opens its 2018-19 season with a darkly comic celebration of the power of teamwork and unity to overcome adversity. James Eckhousedirects the Los Angeles premiere ofAmerican Hero, opening Sept. 21 in aPasadena Playhouse guest production at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre. Performances will continue through Oct. 21, with low-priced previews beginning Sept. 15.

3 Plays Come to The Carrie Hamilton Theatre Of Pasadena Playhouse This Fall!
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 30, 2018

Tickets on sale today for three plays in the Carrie Hamilton Theatre of the Pasadena Playhouse, the State Theater of California, this fall. The Los Angeles premiere of Bess Wohl's darkly comic American Hero, a Pasadena Playhouse Guest Production from IAMA Theatre Company, directed by James Eckhouse performs September 15 to October 31 (press opening September 21).  Next, The USC School of Dramatic Arts and Pasadena Playhouse continue their exciting partnership by presenting two productions for the School's MFA in Acting program at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre: Detroit 67 by Dominique Morisseau, directed by Gregg T. Daniel November 8-10, and The Receptionist by Adam Bock, directed by Andi Chapman November 16-17.

Bess Wohl's AMERICAN HERO Gets LA Premiere at Pasadena Playhouse
by Julie Musbach - Aug 27, 2018

IAMA Theatre Company opens its 2018-19 season with a darkly comic celebration of the power of teamwork and unity to overcome adversity. James Eckhouse directs the Los Angeles premiere ofAmerican Hero, opening Sept. 21 in aPasadena Playhouse guest production at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre. Performances will continue through Oct. 21, with low-priced previews beginning Sept. 15.

Daniil Trifonov Continues Perspectives Series at Carnegie Hall With Five Concerts
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 18, 2018

After a tremendously successful solo recital and performance with Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra in fall 2017, pianist Daniil Trifonov continues his Perspectives series on Tuesday, February 6 at 8:00 p.m. in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage in collaboration with baritone Matthias Goerne as they explore Trifonov's self-described fascination with vocal music. The program includes Schumann's Dichterliebe; Berg's Four Songs, Op. 2; Wolf's Three Poems of Michelangelo; selections from Shostakovich's Suite, Op. 145; and Brahms's Vier ernste Ges nge, Op. 121.

Doug Varone and Dancers to Return to The Dance Center This February
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2017

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Doug Varone and Dancers returns to the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago, 1306 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, for an evening of repertoire February 8-10.

Announcing Lincoln Center's White Light Festival 2017
by BWW News Desk - Oct 18, 2017

Ehrenkranz Artistic Director Jane Moss today announced Lincoln Center's 2017 White Light Festival, which runs from October 18 through November 15. With more than 35 events presented in 13 venues throughout the city, including U.S. and New York premieres and nine commissions, the eighth annual international festival will explore transcendence, interior illumination, and faith in the human spirit, as exhibited through artistic expression across continents and centuries. The multidisciplinary festival takes its name from a quotation by Estonian composer Arvo Part: "Icouldcomparemymusic to white light, which contains all colors. Only a prism can divide the colors and make them appear; this prism could be the spirit of the listener."

Matt Shakman Named Artistic Director at Geffen Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Aug 21, 2017

Acclaimed theater, film and television director Matt Shakman has been named Artistic Director of the Geffen Playhouse, the non-profit theater's Board of Directors announced today.

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