The Los Angeles Opera will be homeless in 2011. Renovations to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, of which the L.A. Opera is the principal tenant, will require closure of the hall that year.
EMI Group has started its global reorganization by promoting two key executives to senior international roles.
Horace Silver has two huge claims to fame in the jazz pantheon. He cemented the components of hard bop - once known as the "funky" style - into the jazz mainstream and gave it a repertoire in the…
Sans a line of leggy chorines, vet dancer-actor-chanteuse Rita Moreno greeted a celeb-packed aud at the Cafe Carlyle with "Broadway, My Street," the John Kander-Fred Ebb nod to the Great White Way.
In New York: Diana Ross sang a song from her new album on the David Letterman show. She sounded great. I'd like to tell you she looked great. Maybe she did. But who could tell under that mass of…
The Boston Conservatory Theater Ensemble will present the world premiere of "Heaven & Hell -- The Fantastical Temptation of the 7 Deadly Sins," a musical based on Joe Jackson's "Heaven & Hell" album.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation has upped staffer Michelle Wheeler to manager, handling induction ceremonies as well day-to-day foundation business.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma does what no classical music recording artist can do consistently: Sell records. "Appassionato" (Sony Classical) posted Ma's biggest sales week of his career, selling 9,400 copies in…
Gnarls Barkley, Lily Allen and Muse scored three noms each at this years BRIT Awards, the annual pop music kudos for the U.K. Gnarls Barkley nabbed nominations for international group, album for "St…
Sony's "Dreamgirls" soundtrack held onto No. 1 for a second week but managed to again break the record for lowest-selling chart topper.
Downloads of single tracks increased 89% to 795 million globally in 2006 as the digital music marketplace doubled from the year before.