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On the first Friday of each month, six artists’ spaces in St. Paul’s Lowertown neighborhood join forces to present an easily walkable assortment of arts events. In honor of Valentine’s Day, the February 7 Lowertown First Friday happenings are themed “art and romance.” Stop by Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar at the start of […]

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This weekend, SteppingStone Theatre opens its revival of “The Black Snowman,” a play written for the company in the late 1990s by Deborah Torraine, with  music by Gary Rue, based on a children’s book by Phil Mendez. The story: Jacob Miller thinks “everything black is bad.” An African-American boy whose family struggles to make ends meet, […]

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As Guy Bordo, music director for Akron Baroque, put it during a telephone interview, “You don’t expect to hear something new at a Bach concert.” Hold on, though, because that’s exactly what’s going to happen when the group performs in the 5@5 music series held at the Westminster Presbyterian Church. The last piece the group […]

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Newer than new is one of Philadelphia’s freshest art and performance locales, the appropriately named New Boon(e), which has only been in its current manifestation in Old City since the fall of 2013. They have a rotating cast of art, artists, performances, and even critique nights in which some of the dozen artists that call […]

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Imagine all kinds of artists, professionals, everyday working folks and college students meeting up in the same place for one hour to dance, eat lunch and network. Lunch Beat Boston inspired The 567 Center for Renewal, a Knight Arts grantee, to start up the Lunch Beat movement in Macon, Georgia. However, the very first Lunch […]

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The legendary Grant’s Lounge in downtown Macon has a history of nurturing up and coming artists. From the early days of partnering with Capricorn Records to the present day of embracing the Grant Jammatron, the legacy continues. Back in the day, Phil Walden was skeptical about new artists crowding the Capricorn Records’ studio. So, he […]

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If you took in the 2010 Joshua Bell concert for Tuesday Musical, a Knight Arts grantee, then you also were probably aware of the accompanist he had for the evening – Jeremy Denk. It will be Denk’s turn when he will perform a piano solo concert on February 4. According to TM officials, Denk has […]

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The Cleveland Orchestra returns this month to the Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall for its annual residency, and over three months will present four subscription concerts featuring artists including baritone Simon Keenlyside, violinists Gil Shaham and Arielle Steinbacher, and percussionist Colin Currie. So far, so good for regular attendees of the residency, and of orchestral […]

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The Tekalli Duo, a brother-and-sister violin-and-piano partnership from Winter Park, Fla. have been playing music together since they were children, and while there were the inevitable sibling tensions, today they are busily building a career. “There were pencils flying at some point,” said pianist Jamila Tekalli. “But no major injuries,” said her brother, violinist Suliman […]

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The second GardenMusic Festival, winner of a 2012 Knight Arts Challenge Grant, runs through January 19 at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. The chamber music ensemble Sixth Floor Trio takes up residence along with a full slate

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