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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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Itzhak Perlman has left the building for Florida’s west coast, where he’ll be working in Sarasota for two weeks with talented young string players in the Perlman Music Program. But even though he’s done with the three recitals he gave this week in West Palm Beach and Miami (last night at the Knight Concert Hall), […]

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This will be the 18th year for First Night Akron, the evening-long, alcohol free festival of music, dance and theater by which to ring in 2014. Various venues around the downtown area, many from Knight Arts grantees like the Akron Art Museum, Neos Dance Theatre, Actors’ Summit and the like, will present entertainment for families […]

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If you’re anything like me, the late Thanksgiving this year has meant that Christmas has crept right up on you and caught you nearly unawares. Musically, that has meant a great pile-up of holiday concerts in the past couple weeks, but even though the window is closing fast, there are still a few chances left […]

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ZACH, as Zach Freidhof seems to be known on stage, will be coming to the Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, in January to perform cabaret style. But that isn’t the interesting part. Freidhof’s journey to seek out music that uplifts and inspires, that seeks to introduce harmony, community and love, is the real […]

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“A Grand Mercer Christmas” debuted on Georgia Public Broadcasting Tuesday night and will be aired on PBS stations across the nation during the holiday season. The special will be rebroadcast on GPB on December 20 and 24 at 7 p.m. The program, which was recorded over two evenings in 2012, features students and faculty of […]

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A special performance of Chuck Leavell and Friends will be held at the Cox Capitol Theatre on Saturday, December 21. The event is a benefit for the Allman Brothers Band Museum and the kick-off of a concert series partnership between the museum and the theater’s management, the Moonhanger Group. Chuck Leavell is one of the […]

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All things Sinatra. That’s the core idea now at  Weathervane Playhouse, a Knight Arts grantee, with its holiday musical, “Christmas My Way: A Sinatra Holiday Bash.” Nice thing about the theater, it’s small enough to eavesdrop on audience members during intermission and when leaving the theater to get some idea of what they, the audience […]

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