Gustavo Dudamel will be headlining at Walt Disney Concert Hall for at least seven more years, through the 2021-22 season. The charismatic maestro with the wild locks and exuberant baton extended his contract with the L.A. Philharmonic on Friday, ending whispers that he might leave for New...
Time Out chats to the fresh, Future Classic signed artist ahead of her debut tour
House music can be really good. It can also have a lasting cultural impact. Case in point: Satoshi Tomiie’s collaboration with Frankie Knuckles, “Tears.” As a trained classical and jazz pianist, Satoshi’s musicality just glistens in every track he does. Show More Summary
Although she's won a Tony, stolen The Sound of Music Live from Carrie Underwood and is starring in Nashville as Sadie Stone, Laura Benanti has been rolling up her sleeves by tackling some classic NYC jobs lately. [ more › ]
"And it's very strange. I actually intellectually find this very curious. But on 9/11, I didn't like how rock music responded. And country music collectively, the way they responded, it resonated with me. And I have to say, it just is a gut-level. Show More Summary
This year's edition of the classic movie event offers Shirley MacLaine discussing The Children's Hour, a rarely seen Tennessee Williams project, big splashy musicals, and much more. read more
Enjoy the wonderful music and staging of Kander and Ebb’s classic musical for sure, but it is more potent for what it reveals about apathy and totalitarianism.
The once-ubiquitous, but tragically underappreciated fade-out in music appears to be near its end. And like a classic example of itself, the decline has been long, gradual, and barely noticed. The fade-out—the technique of ending a song with a slow decrease in volume over its last few seconds—became common in the 1950s and ruled for three decades. Show More Summary
Pretty Woman walkin' down the street… and that street just happens to be Broadway! The 90s rom com classic (which just turned 25 years old!) is following in the footsteps of The Producers and The Lion King — and most recently Stephen King's Misery — and becoming a musical! [ Related: EXCLUSIVE First Look! Matthew Morrison's Post-Glee [...]
Asked about his favorite music, Ted Cruz explained this week that he used to love classic rock. Then, he claims, the politics of 9/11 changed things.
Chilly Gonzales has lived so many musical lives it’s hard to keep them straight. Born Jason Beck, he’s a classically trained pianist, composer, and self-proclaimed musical genius (hey, somebody has to say it, right?) who has co-authored musicals; pursued the alt-rock path as the frontman of Son; set Guinness records for piano-playing; tried his hand […]
On Tuesday, CBS This Morning host Gayle King asked presidential candidate Ted Cruz what kind of music he listens to. Here’s his response. “You know, music is interesting. I grew up listening to classic rock and I’ll tell you sort of an odd story. Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry I know this has received a lot of play, but I have to weigh in. In an interview Tuesday on “CBS This Morning,” Senator Ted Cruz said he “grew up listening to classic rock” but that his "music taste changed on 9/11."“I actually intellectually find this very curious, but on 9/11, I didn’t like how rock music responded,” he said. Show More Summary
We love to marvel at Bradley Cooper on the big screen, but now he's stepping BEHIND the camera as a director! The American Sniper star is in talks to make his directorial debut with a remake of the musical A Star Is Born! This would mark the third remake of the 1937 movie that followed an alcoholic [...]
After 9/11, the 2016 contender explains, he ditched classic rock for country music. Here's why he's full of it
From a press release just made public: The Monks of Norcia Sign with Recording Label De Montfort Music Distributed Worldwide Through Decca/Universal Music Classics Debut International Recording of Ethereal Chant March 23, 2015 (New York,...Show More Summary
Asked about his musical tastes in an interview on CBS This Morning, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said that he grew up listening to classic rock but gave it up after the 9/11 attacks. "On 9/11, I didn't like how rock music responded," he said. Show More Summary
Piani, Caldara, Scarlatti, Vivaldi; Raffaella Milanesi, G.A.P. Ensemble; Pan Classics Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Mar 17 2015 Star rating: 4.0 Viennese Imperial court style in 18th century music written for Emperor Charles In the 18th century the Hapsburg Emperors in Vienna ruled a huge empire, which stretched as far south as Italy. Show More Summary
Musical theater lovers, rejoice! The film version of Into the Woods, starring James Corden, Emily Blunt, and the inimitable Meryl Streep as The Witch, is out on DVD/Blu-ray TODAY! To celebrate this theater classic's release, The Mary...Show More Summary
“What’s left of my music if I have it played by Classical musicians and omit the most important element, the beats?”? Four years ago Berlin based world renowned musician/producer Henrik Schwarz was first invited to have a selection of his house tracks played by an orchestra. Now, the T?okyo Secret Orchestra? headed by conductor Emi […]