When the Symphony Meets Halo, the Next Generation Listens

Tommy Tallarico didn’t know it back then, but as a preteen in the 1970s and ’80s he was preparing for his life’s work when he staged little video game...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: National Junior Tennis League

In the current economic climate where nonprofits are making extraordinary efforts to fill a ballroom for a benefit gala, where PR people are calling me, saying tickets sales are...

Thomas George’s Vivid Hues

Art in TownCampus ArtsArt in the WorkplaceArt In TrentonArt by the RiverArea MuseumsCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200201/20130p04.html Princeton, arts,-->This article by Pat Summers was prepared for the January 30, 2002...

Cannes Do: A Film Festival in NJ

Didn't make it to Sundance or Cannes this year? Did DiNiro forget to mail your all-access pass to the Tribeca Film Festival again? Not to worry, New Jersey has...

Crossroads Review: ‘Sarah Sings a Love Story’

The incomparable jazz singer Sarah Vaughan (1924-1990) was nicknamed “Sassy” and “The Divine One.” She had a glorious voice and left a legacy of recordings with a singing style...

Band Review: The Springhill Band

Sometimes, life's about little more than the relationship a man has with his guitar.So it was with the acoustic quartet Springhill Band a few Friday nights ago on the...

New York Review: ‘Bhutan’

Times are tough for the middle-class, blue collar Conroy family in Tremont, New Hampshire. Their sprawling farm has been in the family for generations but is now surrounded by...

Review: Opera Festival of New Jersey’s `Carmen’

Corrections or additions?<!-- Princeton, arts, musicwww.princetoninfo.com/200006/00628p04.html -->This review by Alan Mallach was published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on June 28, 2000. All rights reserved.Review: Opera Festival of New Jersey's...

Princeton Pro Musica Goes to the Extremes

Princeton Pro Musica arrives at Princeton University Chapel on Saturday, March 5, with “Passion and Resurrection.”A concert of extremes, the event thematically explores Christ’s death by crucifixion and resurrection...

New Opera Season Question: To HD or Not HD?

The Met: Live in HD, the Metropolitan Opera’s live transmissions to the AMC in Hamilton, resumes on Saturday, October 5, with a new production of Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin.”The transmission...

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