Archive for 'Music'

Westminster’s CoOPERAtive Operatic Arias Concerts

Westminster’s CoOPERAtive Operatic Arias Concerts

July 10, 2018—School may be out for the summer, but Westminster Choir College’s CoOPERAtive Program is definitely in session and ready for several performances of their Operatic Arias concerts. [...]

48 Blocks Atlantic City Arts Celebration

48 Blocks Atlantic City Arts Celebration

June 21, 2018—Looking for a way to celebrate the start of the summer season? Beginning Friday, June 22, all 48 blocks of Atlantic City will be buzzing with hands-on art projects, [...]

“The Sting” at Paper Mill Playhouse

“The Sting” at Paper Mill Playhouse

April 26, 2018—The new musical “The Sting,” now entering its last weekend at Paper Mill Playhouse, was pretty much totally sold out before it even opened. A musical adaptation of the [...]

Puccini’s Last Opera Makes its First Appearance at Verismo Opera

Puccini’s Last Opera Makes its First Appearance at Verismo Opera

April 17, 2018—In Beijing, there’s a beautiful princess, Turandot. If any man wants to marry her, he has to correctly answer her three riddles. If he fails, then he loses his [...]

Boundary-Defying Black Violin Blends Classical, Hip-Hop, Rock and More

Boundary-Defying Black Violin Blends Classical, Hip-Hop, Rock and More

April 05, 2018—Classically-trained musicians Kev Marcus and Wil B merge musical genres into an electrifying style all their own, smashing stereotypes and enthralling fans of Bach, Beyoncé and beyond. [...]

Teenage Country Music Sensation EmiSunshine

Teenage Country Music Sensation EmiSunshine

March 29, 2018—EmiSunshine gained viral popularity at age 9 and has grown into a country music phenomenon in the four years since. [...]

Kevin Maynor on Bringing Wagner’s Masterpiece to New Jersey

Kevin Maynor on Bringing Wagner’s Masterpiece to New Jersey

March 15, 2018—Even if you don’t know anything about opera, you’ve heard “Ride of the Valkyries” – it’s been bouncing around pop culture for generations, appearing in everything from Bugs Bunny cartoons to [...]

New Brunswick Jazz Project Celebrates Women in Jazz

New Brunswick Jazz Project Celebrates Women in Jazz

March 06, 2018—In honor of Women’s History Month, The New Brunswick Jazz Project's March performances will feature women band leaders and honor the spirit of the women jazz pioneers. [...]

Luis Salgado Directs “Ragtime” at Axelrod PAC

Luis Salgado Directs “Ragtime” at Axelrod PAC

March 01, 2018—The next show at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center, opening March 3, is the popular musical “Ragtime.” Set in the early 20th century, it features African Americans, Jewish immigrants, [...]

Four Bitchin’ Babes Present “Hormonal Imbalance v2.5: A Mood-Swinging Musical Revue”

Four Bitchin’ Babes Present “Hormonal Imbalance v2.5: A Mood-Swinging Musical Revue”

February 27, 2018—Start with four gifted singer-songwriters. Add a dollop of sharp social commentary, pompoms, a pinch of PMS and enough bling to hypnotize the first five rows. What do you [...]