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The Joy of Rachmaninoff struck a perfect balance between veneration and irreverence.
Hershey Felder as Leonard Bernstein.
Robert Shaw had done some work with the San Diego Symphony in the early 1990s.
Copland with Boulanger's class of 1923. Copland is behind Boulanger's left shoulder.
Jake Heggie’s Great Scott exceeded what I thought contemporary opera was capable of.
Gustavo Dudamel is the youngest conductor to be given the New Year’s honors in Vienna.
The Flag of Ukraine
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir: celebrities, such as Celine Dion, often join the Mormons.
Visiting conductor Peter Oundjian
Mr. Trump's contention that the theater “must always be a safe and special place” is ...
Jen Lindsay as the tragic Violetta.
400 seats in the house.
George Onslow wrote his autobiography in the third person. Baller.
Soldier Songs explores the reality of the soldier versus the romance of war.
Mike Madriaga 3 p.m., June 22
Vincent Farnsworth 11 a.m., June 22
Daniel Powell 10 a.m., June 22
Dave Rice 9 a.m., June 22
Don Bauder 8 a.m., June 22
Marty Graham 7:22 p.m., June 21
Dave Good 5 p.m., June 21
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