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The Grammy-nominated composer, record producer and eldest son of Andrew Lloyd Webber, died Saturday in England after a protracted battle with gastric cancer and pneumonia.
The role of his life arrived in the long-running musical “Fiddler on the Roof,” in which he played Tevye.
This year’s Grammys, the 65th annual ceremony, takes place on Sunday, February 5.
What music will fill your summer? Grant Park shares its 2023 offerings.
The holiday season welcomes a plethora of performances from near and far, leaving Chicago-area audiences with a myriad of spectacles… and choices
A copy of what’s being called Stephen Sondheim’s first original cast recording captures the legendary composer’s budding skills in a student-led musical while at Williams College in 1948.
Broadway’s longest-running show has postponed its final performance by eight weeks.
The Recording Academy announced its 2023 Grammy nominations on November 15, 2022.
Dates for future productions, as well as additional creative team members and cast, will be announced in 2023.
The performances were intended to become Barbra Streisand’s first album, but instead many of the songs were redone and released as her Grammy-winning self-titled debut album in 1963.
Broadway’s longest-running show is scheduled to close in February 2023, less than a month after its 35th anniversary.
Hair, which has story and lyrics by Rado and Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot, was the first rock musical on Broadway, the first Broadway show to feature full nudity and the first to feature a same-sex kiss.
Broadway has its groove back, said Tonys host Ariana DeBose at an exuberant ceremony seeking to illustrate just that sentiment.
The Oscar-winning and Tony-nominated actress says this year’s telecast will spread its arms wider to celebrate Broadway’s stars and unsung heroes.
In addition to the annual CSO residency, Ravinia will play host to a spate of guest ensembles, including Music of the Baroque, The Knights, the Lincoln Trio, Chanticleer, the Chicago Philharmonic, and the Chicago Sinfonietta.
Plus a world premiere, Chicago-set take on ‘The Barber of Seville’ and the return of ‘West Side Story’
Labels really don’t work with Sondheim, who had one foot in the Golden Age and the other in what came next.
Honorees include Motown Records creator Berry Gordy, opera singer Justino Diaz, and folk music legend Joni Mitchell.
Stephen Sondheim, the songwriter who reshaped the American musical theater in the second half of the 20th century, has died.
The actor and soprano made her Broadway debut as Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera,” becoming the first Black woman in the role in the show’s 33-year history in New York.
Ahead of his Chicago Symphony Orchestra debut, conductor Teddy Abrams explains why classical music needs to reach out to young people and embrace other artforms — and explains how Leonard Bernstein was a role model for both of these missions.
With this year’s Euro Cup Finals nearly upon us, chants and songs are breathing life into the stadiums. Yet as it turns out, the relationship between music and football extends way beyond chants and national anthems.
The ensemble’s return to live performance features four programs which all will be conducted by artistic director and principal conductor Scott Speck.
Bruce Springsteen reprises his Broadway show for a summer run, another sign of live entertainment’s rebirth after a 15-month pause because of COVID-19.
The musical celebrates its silver anniversary with an online gala featuring theater stars like Lin-Manuel Miranda and Neil Patrick Harris.