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‘The King and I’ demonstrates the timeless quality of Rodgers and Hammerstein

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR There are American composers who create classical music in a European tradition. But often when we think of classical music, the Germans...

Galician bagpipes, Hartford Symphony team up to give audiences a ‘Rose’

In New England, the Galician bagpipes seem like an exotic instrument. But, Cristina Pato said this is not the case in her home, the...

‘Rudolph…’ is a sweet tale that stays true to original

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR There is a tendency when creative people take on the job of remaking a classic children’s tale to modernize things. They feel...

4 Girls 4: ‘4’ your holiday entertainment

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Once upon a time, there was a musical act that made the rounds called 4 Girls 4. The act included four stars...

Touring production of ‘Evita’ more true to Argentina’s dark history

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR When I saw “Evita” nearly 30 years ago in the West End of London, the production was sparkly and shiny like...

Touring production of ‘Evita’ delights, leaving you on seat’s edge

By KATERINA BELALES CORRESPONDENT After opening on Broadway 35 years ago in 1979, Evita has been one of Broadway’s most beloved musicals. With music by Andrew...

‘Sister Act’ a must see at The Bushnell

by MIKE CHAIKEN I had seen the movie “Sister Act” with Whoopi Goldberg back when it came out in the 1990s. So I wasn’t completely...

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