Saturday, November 1, 2014
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Unless he had monitored his audience's vital signs just before the end of Mahler's Symphony No. 2, Philadelphia Orchestra conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin could hardly have predicted the emotional fever that greeted the final ecstatic chords at the Kimmel Center on Thursday. The sense of release at the end of 90 minutes of Mahler's incremental structuring almost guarantees a momentous response, but this performance made its effect on emotional terms as well as on orchestral virtuosity.
Edward Snowden provides a chilling account of state surveillence in the documentary “Citizenfour.”
Jason Schwartzman is a talented writer and lousy boyfriend in Alex Ross Perry’s literate literary satire ‘Listen Up Philip.’
Marvel Studios, the feature-film arm of the comic-books empire, on Tuesday made a revolutionary move the likes of which our civilization has never seen: It plans to make its very first superhero movie headlined by a woman of the female persuasion.
“This is the first Taylor Swift album I’ve listened to in its entirety,” I mutter. “And it won’t be your last,” replied Colin Kerrigan, photographer here at Here goes nothing.
Friday-Sunday Life and death When you have Gustav Mahler, you don't really need more. Conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the Philadelphia Orchestra in the great composer's monumental Symphony No. 2 in C minor ("Resurrection") with soloists Angela Meade, soprano, and Sarah
ARIES (March 21-April 19) ssss You might be switched out by now. In costume or not tonight, expect fun times. At the same time, you meet up with a recent interest and make plans. Use caution with any relationship you christen this weekend; the other party could be emotionally unavailable. Stay cool.
In Concert Annenberg Center - Zellerbach Theatre 3680 Walnut St.; 215-898-6701. Patti Austin. $30-$75. 11/1. 8 pm.
Casinos Bally's Atlantic City Park Place & The Boardwalk, Atlantic City; 609-340-2000. Savage Men Male Revue. $28 advance; $38 day of show. 10/31.
Making Time, with Dum Dum Girls This month's Making Time indie dance blowout falls on Halloween night, and the costume party has a quality headliner in Dum Dum Girls, the mostly female fivesome fronted by Dee Dee Penny, the nom de rock of songwriter and g
LOS ANGELES ( - Seven new albums poured into the U.S. top 10 last week as sales continued to crater and most releases showed short legs.