The Arts Archive: April, 2012

Geno's, the opera

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Man does not live by cheesesteak alone. He needs opera. And three times on Saturday, he got it. In another one of the Opera Company of Philadelphia's... Read more

Art is where you find it, Part 18

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Lombard and Watts Sts., 4 p.m., April 28, 2012. Read more

New music director for Cincinnati Symphony

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Louis Langrée is the new music director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. The Frenchman, 51, music director of the Mostly Mozart... Read more

Tokyo String Quartet to disband

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After June of 2013, the Tokyo String Quartet will be no more. The ensemble, founded in 1969, has revealed on its website that, with the retirement... Read more

Alec Baldwin: More money for the arts, please

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Actor and classical music lover Alec Baldwin pressed Congress Monday to send more money to the arts. "If I had any influence, I'd want the... Read more

Richard Tucker Award goes to AVA grad - again

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Soprano Ailyn Pérez, a 2006 graduate of the Academy of Vocal Arts, is recipient of the 2012 Richard Tucker Award - the fourth AVA grad... Read more

William de Pasquale, 1933-2012

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He held a lot of titles with the Philadelphia Orchestra during his more than four decades in the ensemble, and always did the job with great... Read more