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The Crossing Wins Second Consecutive Grammy for Best Choral Performance, 2019 Grammy for Zealot Canticles by Lansing McLoskey

The Crossing’s Zealot Canticles by Lansing McLoskey
Wins 2019 Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance

Second Consecutive Award for The Crossing, after
2018 Win for Gavin Bryars’ The Fifth Century (ECM) 715 more words


Concert Review: The Shifting Shapes of Sullivan Fortner

Sullivan Fortner started his jazz piano solo concert at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church by making the quietest sounds possible on a giant Steinway grand. Even sitting a few feet away, it was so soft that it was hard to believe it was coming from the enormous piano. 536 more words


Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra welcomes violist Roberto Díaz, February 10

January 24, 2019 | Drexel Hill, PA – The Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra under the musical direction of Reuben Blundell, presents a concert on February 10 featuring guest artist, violist Roberto Díaz, president and CEO of the Curtis Institute of Music. 401 more words


Concert Review: Symphony in C plays Tchaikovsky, Boccherini and features Jason Vieaux in Rodrigo’s Fantasia para un Gentilhombre

Symphony in C has certainly progressed since their Presser Foundation Anniversary Concert at the Philadelphia Perelman Center in March 2016. Stilian Kirov had just taken over as Music Director in 2015. 432 more words


Theatre Review: THIS IS HOW GIRLS DIE at Plays and Players Theatre

The Paper Doll Ensemble has opened its debut production, This is How Girls Die, upstairs at Plays and Players Theatre. TIHGD is a devised piece, collaboratively created by the ensemble’s members, Grayce Hoffman, Amanda Jensen, Simi Toledano and Sara Vanasse, about fear and isolation in the wake of tragedy. 508 more words


Motown: The Sound of Young America: a visual history

To coincide with the 60th anniversary of the legendary record label, MOTOWN: THE SOUND OF YOUNG AMERICA, the ultimate visual history of the home to some of the greatest recording artists of all time, to be published for the first time in paperback February 5, 2019… 440 more words