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New Records: Listening to ‘Bandstand’ and the Music of Alan Menken

This report on New Records includes three Alan Menken shows that recently received fresh recordings, plus a Broadway show from this year that unfortunately...

Review: The Philadelphia Orchestra Performs Mozart and Brahms

During the 44 years when Eugene Ormandy was music director of The Philadelphia Orchestra (1936 to 1980), he led almost every concert. There was...

Review: ‘Saloon’ at the Merriam Theater

Montreal’s Cirque Éloize explodes on stage at the Merriam Theater with a two-day run of its touring production of Saloon, presented collaboratively by the...

Review: Concerto for Violin, Rock Band & String Orchestra: Composed by...

When I saw Mike Mills of R.E.M. was coming to town, I knew I had to see him because I grew up on his...

An Interview with Billy L’Amour on ‘Gentlemen Prefer Billy’ at Rainbow...

Super-excited to get to talk with Montreal’s oh so fabulous Billy L’Amour, whose career spans ballet, cabaret, and burlesque and is bringing her one-woman...

The Philadelphia Orchestra with Washington Performing Arts at the Kennedy Center

Subtext abounded as the Philadelphia Orchestra arrived at The Kennedy Center Tuesday night. In Washington, rising politicians are “mentioned for president.” In classical music,...

‘Cavalia’s Odysseo’ Gallops Into National Harbor TONIGHT through October 27th

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences...

‘Cavalia’s Odysseo’ Gallops Into National Harbor From October 9-27th

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences...

‘Cavalia’s Odysseo’ Gallops Into National Harbor From October 16-27th

 The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘They Call Me Q!’ by Carolyn Kelemen

Qurrat Ann Kadwani is a tour-de-force in her one-woman show It’s got to be tough to do a solo show, opening night at 10 p.m....

2013 Capital Fringe Preview and Interview with ‘They Call Me Q!’s...

Joel: You have won many awards for They Call Me Q. What will Fringe attendees see when they you perform your show? Qurrat: I'm so excited...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ