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Singer of several hits Harish Raghavendra talks to Chitra Swaminathan about entering a new creative phase as a lyricist Harish Raghavendra can't wait for the Kalyana Samayal Saadham ...He's thrilled about the delectable twist it has given to his life;
Both men are leaders in their field, national figures brought in to pump up playing on the home team...Of course, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra's new artistic leader doesn't have quite the superstar status of the Broncos quarterback, and he doesn't
But love of the job keeps guest conductor going and going Contributing Music Writer At the end of a paragraph-long greeting on his website, Chelsea Tipton II offers this succinct but highly expressive summation of the three-plus seasons he has spent
18 March 2013 He spends his days immersed in the works of Verdi and Puccini as musical director at the renowned Royal Opera House. But world-class conductor Sir Antonio Pappano has revealed a penchant for rock and roll, after claiming children today
Royal Opera director questions singers' commitment Pappano says young opera singers are faced with "tremendous pressure" Antonio Pappano, music director of the Royal Opera House (ROH) in London, has criticised the "current generation" of singers,
March 13, 2013 Keyboardist John Beasley (aka "The Bease" to friends and family) is a musician's musician and one of the busiest professionals in the game. His biography and list of credits are so broad and deep that they could fill an NFL playbook.
Poompattakalude Thazhvaram, which will release on Women's Day, will bring into focus the plight of adivasi women It happened hours before the film was to start. A young, good-looking adivasi woman rushed through the gate of the theatre in Attappady.
After dedicating 31 years to Northern Valley Regional High School's music program, music director Curt Ebersole will be retiring at the end of the school year. Curt Ebersole, conducting a class at Northern Valley Old Tappan, is retiring after 31
Sunday afternoon's concert in the Lesher Center's Hoffman Theater brought the latest in a yearlong series of applicants to the stage, and the results were nothing short of outstanding. As guest conductor, Donato Cabrera became the sixth of seven
Rather than the trademark umbrellas being gracefully suspended from the ceiling, they were placed in clumps, like lean-tos, on either side of a stage and so saturated with green light that they appeared covered with AstroTurf. Then again, the Los