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July 13, 1989 | By Lesley Valdes, Inquirer Music Critic
A balanced assessment of Neal Stulberg's conducting debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra must await his second and final concert tomorrow evening at the Mann Music Center. But judging from last night's program of Mozart (the Jupiter Symphony and Debussy's La Mer) the music director of the New Mexico Symphony, who has also garnered most of the right awards and connections, is greatly interested in fluency and expressivity. He has flair, too, as was pointed out in the concert bookends - Stravinsky's Fireworks, Op. 4 and Four Dance Episodes from Copland's Rodeo.
NEWS
April 5, 1995 | by Tom Di Nardo, Daily News Classical Music Writer
A wealth of new faces packed the Academy of Music last night for the first Daily News/Philadelphia Orchestra "People's Choice" concert, a triumph by any measure. More than 2,000 readers had mailed in ballots, published in the Daily News, and selected three American composers among the five winners. Flyers announcer Gene Hart acted as emcee, referring to the event as our Academy Awards. The winning envelopes even came in a valise handcuffed to an envoy. In each of the five categories, two orchestra musicians clowned before finally opening the gilded envelopes.
NEWS
June 27, 1991 | By Brigette ReDavid, Special to The Inquirer
Nationally known author and performer Barry Louis Polisar will perform a concert for children of all ages at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Upper Merion Township Building Park, 175 W. Valley Forge Rd. in King of Prussia. Polisar performs on guitar and sings songs for anyone who has ever giggled behind a teacher's back or laughed at the mention of underwear. Admission is $3. Children under 9 are free. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Reggae is on the bill at the 23 East Cabaret on Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore tonight with psychedelic sounds following over the weekend.
NEWS
January 21, 1992 | By Sue Chastain, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Though the Dukes of Destiny have performed for many other causes, this will be their first reproductive-rights benefit. And the Philadelphia blues band didn't hesitate a second when asked to perform for free at the abortion-rights concert scheduled for tomorrow. This is, after all, a group that chose its very name eight years ago (off a matchbook cover), in part to show how strongly its members believe in keeping control of their lives. "That's why we manage ourselves," said singer Steve Brown, one of nine members of the group that is probably better known for its regular performances at the North Star Bar and the Ambler Cabaret.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 21, 1989 | By Andy Wickstrom, Special to The Inquirer
No one needs to ask what the last names are for Frank, Liza & Sammy The Ultimate Event. Fans of these show-business headliners may not even ask the price in their rush to buy this tape from Kodak Video Programs, but it happens to be $29.95 for 105 minutes of rehearsal scenes, backstage fooling-around and limo rides that culminate in the concert tour that took the entertainers to 27 cities in 8 1/2 months, starting in late 1988. Although the show itself, taped at the grand Fox Theater in Detroit, is the natural high point, the behind-the-scenes footage sets the video apart.
NEWS
August 16, 1995 | By John Murphy, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Youth Fellowship of Scottsville United Methodist Church will hold a concert by the Imperials, a contemporary Christian gospel group, on Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Scottsville United Methodist Church, 2400 Brownsville Rd., Langhorne. Now in their 30th year, the Imperials have performed on television and held concerts around the world. All four members of the group are licensed ministers. There will be a $3 donation to attend the concert. For more information, call the Scottsville United Methodist Church at 215-355-2474.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 15, 2000 | By Leonard W. Boasberg, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
They're calling it "A Night to Remember. " It will certainly be a star-studded night Sunday at the Academy of Music. Such luminaries as world-famous violinist Itzhak Perlman and singers Vic Damone and Dianne Reeves will perform, with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra under the direction of composer-conductor John Williams, laureate conductor of the Boston Pops. The one-night-only concert is a benefit for the Rena Rowan Foundation for the Homeless. Celebrated fashionista Rena Rowan, partner for 30 years with Sidney Kimmel in Jones New York, founded the philanthropy seven years ago to provide homes for homeless women and their children, and to give them the wherewithal to become self-supporting.
NEWS
January 30, 1993 | By Leonard W. Boasberg, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Piano virtuoso Andre Watts' recital, scheduled for Monday evening at the Academy of Music, has been postponed until April 26. Watts has been plagued by a back problem that flared up in December, forcing him to postpone concerts then and to cut his practice time, according to Steve Shaiman, booking director at IMG Artists, which represents him. Watts believed that he needed more time to prepare himself to perform at his best and reluctantly postponed...
NEWS
November 1, 1987 | By Lorraine Rocco, Special to The Inquirer
The 30 women who stepped out on the stage of the Moorestown High School auditorium on the evening of Oct. 23 were "In the Mood" and ready to "Let the Rest of the World Go By" as they took the audience on a musical "Sentimental Journey" through the 1920s, '30s and '40s. The women, all members of the Moorestown Singers, were celebrating the group's 15th anniversary in the same way they have marked their last seven anniversaries - by presenting a concert to the public and donating the proceeds to a charity.
NEWS
October 4, 1986 | By Michael Vitez, Inquirer Staff Writer (The Washington Post, USA Today and the Associated Press contributed to this article.)
Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Linda Ronstadt are expected to highlight a 60th birthday party and concert in honor of all-time rock great Chuck Berry. The concert is scheduled for Oct. 16 at the Fox Theater in St. Louis. The bash will be filmed for a movie, which will include interviews with Berry worshipers Bo Diddley and the Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen. JAZZ TRIBUTE Bill Cosby and Debbie Allen will host a tribute to jazz great Thelonious Monk Monday at Constitution Hall in Washington.
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