ReviewJul 21st, 2015 by Hayley Keith
Australian band gets a sold-out house to stand, dance and sing along.
Jul 15th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
Rising bands Lady Lamb and Soul Low perform at Turner Hall.
ReviewJun 30th, 2015 by William Barnewitz
Fine Arts Quartet’s final summer concert would have been wonderful, if not for guest clarinetist Michel Lethiec.
ClassicalJun 25th, 2015 by Michael Barndt
The Fine Arts Quartet plays one of the American composer's works, that ranges from tender lyricism to "Magyar Madness."
ReviewJun 22nd, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
My weekend of music also took in the Lakefront Festival of Art, which was pretty cool, too.
ReviewJun 22nd, 2015 by Hayley Keith
A group known for its live performances lived up to that reputation.
ClassicalJun 22nd, 2015 by William Barnewitz
Not to mention drunkenness. Symphony and MSO Chorus close season with crash-boom-bang of Carmina Burana.
ClassicalJun 16th, 2015 by William Barnewitz
The Fine Arts Quartet played beautifully together and guest cellist Dominique de Williencourt played like a star.
ReviewJun 16th, 2015 by Hayley Keith
New partnership with Pabst Theater Group scores with its inaugural concert at the coffee house.
ClassicalJun 11th, 2015 by Michael Barndt
Fine Arts Quartet and guest cellist Dominique de Williencourt, who likes to perform in deserts, take on Schubert's famed cello quintet.
ClassicalJun 10th, 2015 by Michael Barndt
Piano Arts presents a weekend competition of top young (aged 10-16) pianists. Who will be the stars of the future?
The Ticket WindowJun 10th, 2015 by Amanda Mickevicius
Our new feature offers a weekly update of upcoming music and comedy shows now selling tickets.