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With a Tony Award, a new album, and an autobiographical play coming up this fall at Primary Stages, Billy Porter is on several rolls at once.
We're not saying that Peter Gelb is the Banksy of Lincoln Center, but it certainly couldn't hurt his recent problems at the Met lately.
OWL CITY has teamed up with RollingStone.com to debut the music video for his latest single "Beautiful Times (ft. Lindsey Stirling)" today. You can view the video here! The premiere comes just in time for tomorrow's digital release of the ...
Today marks the five-year anniversary of Michael Jackson's tragic death, so in honor of the King of Pop, we've compiled a list of his greatest songs that were covered by very unlikely musicians. Here are eight unexpected covers of Michael Jackson ...
America's Got Talent indeed with brothers Emil and Dariel who play Jimi Hendrix...taught by their Russian grandfather.
You may not have heard of drummer Omar Hakim. But Daft Punk, David Bowie and Madonna have. Find out what they already know.
Opera singer (i.e. personal trainer) Maggie Lane strips down to sing in a sexy red bikini on America's Got Talent. The always sage Howard Stern said he wished she would’ve left her clothes on...so he could have focused more on her singing skills.
Here's hoping Meryl Streep does Maria Callas better than Tyne Daly did Maria Callas in a new film version of Terrence McNally’s play 'Master Class' for HBO.
With an upcoming tour through the States and England--with Neil Gaiman at Carnegie Hall, no less--Classicalite caught up with the string-benders to get some notes on their sound, what's to come for the band, etc.
The New York Philharmonic's Marie-Josée Kravis Prize for New Music is presented every two years, Per Nørgård being the second recipient after the late French composer Henri Dutilleux.
It is perhaps New York's largest discovery gala, The Northside Festival, which slams Brooklyn's newest hubs for anything artsy this June 12 to 19.
Chicago will once again become the blues capital of the world during the Chicago Blues Festival, held this year on June 13-15 in Grant Park.
Audience members at opening night of the North Shore Chamber Music Festival on June 4 will be treated to two world-class violinists, Anne Akiko Meyers and Vadim Gluzman, playing Bach’s Double Concerto on priceless instruments.
Unathi Mtirara, the producer of "Madiba: The African Opera' and grandnephew of Mandela, admitted that the show had run out of money after only three performances.
"U.S. Airways is not letting us put our violins on an airplane," said Time for Three violinist Nicolas Kendall (far right) in a new video, standing next to the plane. "How many artists have to deal with this shit?"