Although initially performing as a pianist strictly with jazz techniques, Eric Lewis has expanded the traditional limits of a jazz ...
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Under the new artistic direction of Diane Paulus, the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) is in for a massive rehaul. Forget
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After two consecutive years of performing the standard Mozartian fare, the Dunster House Opera Society is about to strut new
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