The New Jersey Performing Arts Center is getting to make some magic when they bring Disney’s amazing musical animated masterpiece, 'Fantasia' to life. 'Fantasia' in concert is set for Friday, February 19th at 8PM, and promises to be an amazing night for the whole family. The concert will also feature special guest performers from Bergen County’s Elisabeth Morrow School Orchestra. If that isn’t enough Disney for you, The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra recently announced a concert series featuring music from 13 Disney Pixar classics, including the 'Toy Story' franchise.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is getting ready to host a wealth of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. Later this month, conductor Constantine Kitsopoulos and the Baltimore Symphony SuperPops present Disney Pixar in concert. Featuring the familiar scores and breathtaking visuals from 13 of your favorite films by the award winning animation studio, including 'Toy Story', 'Up', 'A Bug's Life', 'Monsters Inc'. In February, conductor Jack Everly and BSO present a series of concerts with Broadway legend Sutton Foster. The Tony Award winning actress has appeared in a host of amazing show, including 'Little Women', 'The Drowsy Chaperone', 'Young Frankenstein', 'Thoroughly Modern Millie,' 'Shrek the Musical', 'Violet' and 'Anything Goes.'
New York based chamber ensemble, DECODA, is gearing up for its winter/spring 2016 event, the Tertulia Chamber Music concert series. The ACJW fellowship program from Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute has been touted as one of the brightest outlets for young talent.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is turning 100 this February, and they are bringing back famed American violinist, Joshua Bell, to help them celebrate. Bell, alongside conductor Marin Alsop, will be performing sections from Gershwin, Bernstein and many more at their centennial anniversary concert. Electronica composer Mason Bates will also perform his signature piece, 'Mothership.'
Dog owners will go to great lengths for their canines, sure, but how about attending a concert in the blistering cold designed strictly for their ears? Performance artist Laurie Anderson recently held a concert in Times Square specifically for dogs; at a volume and pitch perfect for their tender ears.
The Louis Armstrong House Museum, in partnership with the Museum of Moving Image, will be hosting an exclusive screening of Louis Armstrong’s complete concert in East Berlin performed on March 22, 1965. The screening is in honor of International Jazz Day 2015 and celebrates the 50th anniversary of his first historic tour, “Behind the Iron Curtain.”
The New York Festival of Song is back with “NYFOS Next,” a three-day, premiere-filled concert at OPERA America’s National Opera Center. This year’s concerts include works by Adam Guettel, George Steel, Paul Moravec and Bright Sheng.
Legendary musician Stevie Wonder will be the focus of a televised Grammy tribute concert that will air one week after the 57th annual Grammy Awards in February. Titled "Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life," the tribute will feature what the Recording Academy has billed as "some of the biggest names in music today" performing his many hits and reflecting upon his legacy. The special will be two hours long and taped two days after the Grammys in Los Angeles and will air on CBS Feb. 16 from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. The artists who will be featured in the tribute have yet to be announced, but it is to be expected that the show will include many performers and presenters who will appear at the awards show. Last year, the Grammys honored The Beatles in "The Beatles: The Night that Changed America," with performances from The Eurythmics, Alicia Keys and John Legend.
The Jewish Museum will be presenting a concert titled “Bang on a Can: Beauty is Power” featuring cello player Maya Beiser. The concert is tied to the Museum’s exhibition, Helena Rubinstein: Beauty is Power, the fist exhibition about the legendary cosmetics entrepreneur and trendsetting art collector.
Disgraced Georgian soprano Tamar Iveri performed at an anti-violence charity concert last night in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. The performance marks the first stage in the singer's attempt to rebuild her international career, after gaining worldwide criticism for homophobic comments made on her Facebook page last year. Iveri posted a letter on her Facebook page and addressed it to then-Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili May 18, 2013, the day after Orthodox Christian groups violently assaulted participants in a gay pride march in Tbilisi. The letter reportedly included the following statements: "I was quite proud of the fact how Georgian society spat at the parade" and "Please, stop vigorous attempts to bring the West's 'faecal masses' in the mentality of the people by means of propaganda." In a series of conflicting statements, Iveri subsequently claimed that either her husband wrote the offending post or that the couple had worked on it in tandem. Either way, following "Limelight’s" breaking of the story in June and the notoriety Iveri gained from the comments, the Georgian soprano was forced to exit her contracts with Brussels’s La Monnaie and other opera companies.
Kyung Wha Chung, who made headlines all over the world last week after berating a child who was coughing at her concert, has responded to all the media hoopla that has been surrounding her surprising remarks.
The ghost of Sergei Rachmaninoff will play a “live” recital tonight at that Teatro Mediterraneo in Naples titled “Ghost Concert.”
Next year's Ojai Music Festival will highlight a work by percussionist Glenn Kotche, drummer of the alternative rock band Wilco, in a free community concert in the Libbey Park Gazebo.
THE RINGERS, a formation combined of Jimmy Herring, Wayne Krantz, Michael Landau, Keith Carlock, and Etienne Mbappe will join their different talents to create an exclusive tour.