There's usually one sibling who carries everyone's baggage. The family Bruce Graham imagines In Something Intangible at the Arden Theatre now shows the burdens creativity inflicts. Two brothers, one an animator, the other an accountant, live in Hollywood in the 1940s. Something Intangible is the Arden's 30th world premiere.
Join Jill Pasternak as she welcomes Anne Akiko Meyers to Crossover. Meyers is celebrated today as one of the world's premiere concert violinists. She recently launched Smile, a much-anticipated new album with pianist, Akira Eguchi. It features special arrangements of works including "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," Charlie Chaplin's "Smile," and Astor Piazzolla's "Tangos."
MINAS is celebrating 25 years of spreading the joy of Brazilian music to Philadelphians. Join Orlando Haddad and Patricia King at the World Cafe Live for two shows on Saturday, April 11th - at 7:30 pm there will be a concert/dinner, and at 10:30 pm a Brazilian groove dance party. There's even more MINAS to look forward to this year! They have two CDs slated for release in the coming months.
This week's show is a premiere of sorts. Our guest Gabriela Imreh is an outstanding pianist, and she and her husband, conductor Daniel Spalding are detectives as well. Imreh shares the fascinating story of their precious discovery--Vittorio Giannini's Piano Concerto, a major work that she went on to record. The Concerto had almost been forgotten since its first performance in 1937; Imreh and her husband brought it back to life. Hear their story on this week's Crossover.
Hamlet's an exhausting and compelling fellow in the Lantern Company's production with Geoff Sobel in the title role. Sobel, a very physical actor keeps the brooding prince restlessly in motion, while making Shakespeare's thoughts his own.
In April, WRTI is paying homage to jazz artists who helped make the American art form so widely recognized. Each week we'll spotlight different artists who were the masters of their crafts, starting off with a rhythm-filled week of the finest drummers in jazz. We'll then move to the horn players, the pianists, and the masters of the reeds. In honor of Duke Ellington's birthday, we'll showcase the great bandleaders. And finally, vocalists will serenade you through your weekends.
You could win a pair (2) of reserved box?tickets to the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, for the Herbie Hancock and Lang Lang Concert with The Philadelphia Orchestra on July 30th.?
A pair (2) of reserved box concert tickets will be given away in the sweepstakes.? The estimated fair market value of this item is $150. Ten winners in all. ??No substitution of a cash value prize will be permitted.? If the winner declines the prize, no other prize will be offered.