Jessica Cottis leads the CSO. Photo: Martin Olmann Music / “Infinite Possibilities”, Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Llewellyn Hall, November 23. Reviewed by ROB KENNEDY. IMAGINATION is an infinite thing. At this concert, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra performed three ingenious works that took the audience on a memorable emotional journey. With aRead More →

Click to enlarge THROUGH TESSERACT THEATER COMPANY Deb (Lauren Tenenbaum) watches Warren (Jacob Schmidt) share positive message flyers from a New York rooftop, Claire (Brittani O’Connell) and Jason (Michael Lowe) are among passers-by who find one. Warren, a lifelong New Yorker, tries to find his voice by busking and babysittingRead More →

With the holiday season approaching and returning by “overwhelming demand”, Elf – The Musical returns to the Spriet stage to take center stage at the Grand Theater in London, Ontario. Opening Tuesday, Elf follows the script of the beloved New Line Cinema film of the same name, “but incorporates charmingRead More →

Today’s Final Jeopardy question (11/22/2022) in the “Musical Theater” category was: The couple at the center of the uproar in this long-running show was originally meant to be a Jewish girl and a Catholic boy 11x champ Cris Pannullo, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, NJ, had earnedRead More →

Moments after announcing his I Go Back 2023 tour, Kenny Chesney revealed that his longtime friend, “Half Of My Hometown” collaborator and fellow East Tennessee native, Kelsea Balleriniwill join him on the road. “Kelsea understands everything about where I’m from, because she’s from there too,” Chesney said in a statement.Read More →

It was another busy week for the moves, with multiple career changes across the street. Industry veteran Ed Benson has confirmed his intention to retire at the end of this year, after a long career spanning 43 years, including 17 years at SG Warburg, 16 years as EMEA sales managerRead More →

The Handel & Haydn Society, at the modern extreme of its current chronological and temporal range, brought exquisite playing and singing, very well blocked and costumed. Marriage of Figaro to an almost full symphony hall on Thursday and sold out on Friday. After two rewarding weeks of rehearsal, but withRead More →

When you have a Lea Michele a singer who can sing the score funny girl, you get a digital version of Funny Girl – New Broadway Cast Recordingnow out. Produced by David Caddick and David Lai and featuring the classic score by Jule Styne (music) and Bob Merrill (lyrics), theRead More →

Mr. Gunjan Mishra, an Indian Post and Telecom Accounts and Finance Officer (IP&TAFS) in 2016, is now fulfilling his 57-year-old mother’s dream of learning music. He too joins her to learn classical music, and the best part is that the two of them even do a jam session at midnight.Read More →

“What we’re trying to do is get more accurate numbers and a more accurate understanding of homelessness across the country” Dr. Cheryl Forchuk believes the issue of homelessness can be compared to a game of musical chairs. “If you understand the game of musical chairs, you can understand homelessness,” ForchukRead More →

Enjoy live opera arias in this suite. Hotel Savoy Rocco Forte HotelsThe 25th anniversary celebration looks like a unique opportunity. To commemorate this impressive milestone, the brand has launched a Music Suite service, offering guests intimate and immersive music and dining experiences from the resplendent comfort of a signature suiteRead More →

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Musical Instrument Insurance Market by Application, By Distribution Channel, By End User: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2031” has been added to from offer. According to this report, the Musical Instrument Insurance Market size was valued at $1,650,000 in 2021 and is projected to reachRead More →

The Lion King broke box office records as the best-selling musical in Abu Dhabi history… An inspiring score, breathtaking costumes and an iconic story: The Lion King the musical, which celebrates its 25th anniversary today, has left its mark on the world. The story is familiar to most: a youngRead More →

Of Tony Award Winner Production team, Apples & Oranges Studios, the all-new holiday musical invites the whole family to celebrate the science of the season SANTA ANA, Calif., November 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Discovery Cube, Southern California leading children’s science museum, announces the official launch of winter lights: A tripRead More →

If you think Christmas-themed or Christmas-adjacent performances shouldn’t start until Thanksgiving, you might want to withhold judgment until you’ve finalized plans to entertain family members and friends. who will be joining you next week for Turkey Day. “Elf: The Musical,” based on the beloved 2003 film starring Will Ferrell, JamesRead More →

New York, NY, Nov. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The New York Film Academy (NYFA) Department of Musical Theater proudly presents its fall 2022 musical, The Addams Familyat their Battery Park (New York City) campus of From Friday 18 November to Sunday 20 November 2022. This TONY Award-nominated musical withRead More →

Click to enlarge Photo: Tsyp9, Wikimedia Commons Will Hoge will perform at the Southgate House Revival on November 20. After John Prine’s tragic death from COVID-19 in 2020, it became clear how much of an impact he had on the roots community as a whole. Nashville-based singer-songwriter Will Hoge demonstratesRead More →

Michael Butler, the free-spirited producer who brought counterculture musical ‘Hair’ to Broadway, where it shattered norms with its celebration of pot, protest and free love, has died in a nursing facility in Los Angeles. A self-proclaimed bon vivant who filled his days with polo matches, romantic engagements, adventurous business dealingsRead More →

As the Bishop’s Stortford Musical Theater Company hosts its annual big show at South Mill Arts this week, BSMTC Chair Charlotte Pritchard makes a heartfelt appeal to businesses to support the company… For the past two years I have led a committee of dedicated individuals in the challenge of rebuildingRead More →

The Turner-Fischer Center presented Jules Massenet’s opera performance “Cinderella,” Cendrillon, on Friday, November 11 and Sunday, November 13 at the Shaver Theater in the Music and Dramatic Arts Building. School of Music principal James Byo and music education professor Carl Prince Matthies said both performances featured the same cast, withRead More →

Ortega shared a snap of Lucas Grabeel, Vanessa Hudgens, Corbin Bleu and Bart Johnson on Instagram on Saturday. The actors played Ryan, Gabriella, Chad and Coach Bolton respectively. The director used the hashtag #hsmforever in the caption for the sweet snap. A post shared by Kenny Ortega (@kennyortegablog) Johnson alsoRead More →

Fire danced in the dark sky, the glow warming the campsite as night wrapped around the Eyers family like a blanket. Robert Eyers rocked his guitar, caressing the strings of some of his favorite campfire songs. The family was so captivated by the music that they failed to notice theRead More →

Comment this story Comment On Wednesday night at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater, the PostClassical Ensemble led a fast and seductive expedition 100 years in the past and some 4,000 miles east. On paper, “Paris at Midnight: Jazz and Surrealism in the 1920s” sounded like something out of my undergraduateRead More →

Virtual reality platform Soundscape VR Announcement Artist concert offers Goose, big wild, pigeons playing table tennis, Gioli & Assia, Hermitude, Opiuo and Husa & Zeyada Join the artist-focused metaverse of Soundscape VR DENVER, November 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Groove Science Studioscreator of a virtual reality music platform VR soundscape (VRS),Read More →