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Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Mon Sep 16th, 2019

What’s a double bass? That’s the reply that I received from more than one person when I said I was going to a double bass concert. The truth is: double...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Sep 15th, 2019

Kent Tritle has been playing Johnson tracker organs since he was a teenage and he really knows how to make a Johnson tracker organ sing as he did last Saturday...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Sep 15th, 2019

The Orchestra Now under the baton of Leon Botstein at Sosnoff Theater opened their new academic season not only with big unified sound but with precise nuance. They opened with...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat Sep 14th, 2019

Adolphe Sax (1814-1894), prolific Belgian inventor of many musical instruments, moved to Paris (with the help of Berlioz) in 1842 to set up his workshop where he improved numerous instruments...

Theater Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat Sep 7th, 2019

Everyone thinks the diagonal life is unstable, and yet a most people submit to the diagonal life as a way of life. The Bread & Puppet Theater attempted to call...

Theater Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat Sep 7th, 2019
Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Mon Sep 2nd, 2019

Last Sunday was the second consecutive day Shanghai Quartet played at Gordon Hall, Music Mountain. They opened with Ludwig van Beethoven’s String Quartet in G major, Op. 18 #2...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat Aug 31st, 2019

At St. Andrew’s Church in Kent last night, The Sherman Ensemble opened with the American Premiere of a flute composition by a Boston composer Edith Hemenway who will turn 93...

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