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British post-punk band missed at shot a more edgy opportunity.
Led by Michael Francis, the Pittsburgh Symphony played new works by Mason Bates and Jake Heggie, along with Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra.
Singer has vocal issues working through his country set.
Plain Spoken Tour is another winner from the Indiana Hall of Famer.
The British artist has the crowd “Thinking Out Loud” how someone could be so talented.
The Broadway star performs a mix of cabaret, show tunes and new works for an appreciative Byham crowd.
Saturday at the Benedum Center was billed as George Benson’s “Greatest Hits” tour.
Conducted by Ward Stare, the Pittsburgh Symphony played music from Disney’s “Fantasia” and “Fantasia 2000” at Heinz Hall Friday night.
Chicago band delivers the hits and more in two-and-a-half-hour show.
York County band has worked through the ranks to become outdoor headliner.
John Oates wasn't kidding when he said they draw all ages, and that's a testament to the duo's blue-eyed soul and '80s funk holding up.
The performance features the company debut of Lawrence Brownlee, and Lisette Oropesa makes for a humorous, charming Marie.
Chatham Baroque’s Monteverdi program is an unusual and engaging theatrical experience.
The quartet from Yale, joined by clarinetist Todd Palmer, performed works by Charpentier, MacMillan and Brahms at Carnegie Music Hall.