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Margo Kline: Music Academy Samples Chamber Works

Maestro Larry Rachleff brings out the best in the young musicians

Published on 07.06.2010 6:40 p.m.


Music Academy to Host Open House on July 14

The day's events, including performances, masterclasses and tours, are free and open to visitors of all ages

Published on 07.06.2010 3:13 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: Music Academy Finds Its Voice

Tuesday's concert by faculty and fellows will include two vocal works — a rare treat

Published on 07.05.2010 8:15 p.m.


Jeff Moehlis: Here’s To Headless Household (and the Heimlich Maneuver)

Tracks from eclectic band's new album Basemento featured at SOhO show

Published on 07.05.2010 3:55 a.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: CD Review of Jeremy Haladyna’s ‘Selections from the Mayan Cycle’

Pre-Colombian culture serves as muse for magnum opus

Published on 07.04.2010 1:05 a.m.


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Scott Reed New President of Music Academy of the West

The fundraising VP becomes only the fourth president in academy history

Published on 07.02.2010 11:45 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: Academy’s Chamber Orchestra Returns

Saturday's program at the Lobero will feature works by Stravinsky, Hindemith and Haydn

Published on 07.02.2010 11:44 p.m.


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CAMA Re-Elects Dolores Hsu as Board President

The UCSB professor has served in the role since June 2008

Published on 07.02.2010 2:40 p.m.


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Rumble Art’s Emma Ferreira Exhibit Not Just for Show

Some proceeds from the 1st Thursday event at the Canary Hotel will benefit Nashville flood victims

Published on 06.30.2010 2:45 p.m.


Margo Kline: Music Academy of the West Opens Festival Season with Bartók

Orchestra performs flawlessly, with less than a week to rehearse

Published on 06.29.2010 1:15 a.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: Music Academy’s First Tuesdays at 8 Reunites Pals Schumann, Brahms

Hahn Hall hosts academy faculty playing for the ages

Published on 06.28.2010 11:46 p.m.


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Colin Campbell Cooper Makes Good First Impression at Santa Barbara Historical Museum

Exhibition of renowned American impressionist painter on display into October

Published on 06.28.2010 1:22 a.m.


Gerald Carpenter: Music Academy Presents Its Festival Orchestra

Works by Strauss, Barber and Bartok will be part of Saturday's show at The Granada

Published on 06.25.2010 3:45 p.m.


Jeff Moehlis: Santa Barbara’s oso Bids Farewell For Now

SOhO performance showcases tracks off their new album on the eve of their hiatus

Published on 06.19.2010 9:40 p.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: PCPA Theaterfest’s ‘Curtains’ Opens in Solvang

The musical production will be in the Festival Theater through July 3

Published on 06.19.2010 1:24 a.m.


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Paul Mann: KJEE Summer Round-Up — from Ridiculous to Sublime

The annual all-day festival rocks the Santa Barbara Bowl

Published on 06.16.2010 1:12 a.m.


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Sally Nazerian Joins Santa Barbara Symphony Board

The newest member is an active volunteer in the community

Published on 06.15.2010 7:33 p.m.


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Craig Springer Named Executive Director of The Granada

He will come to Santa Barbara from the award-winning Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

Published on 06.15.2010 1:38 p.m.


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Jeff Moehlis: The Frank Zappa Symposium

Zappa's widow and musical associates discuss the composer/bandleader's life and legacy at the Ojai Music Festival

Published on 06.14.2010 8:14 p.m.


Book Review: ‘The Billionaire’s Curse’ Worth Reading

Richard Newsome's novel about a boy who inherits his aunt's estate weaves an intriguing tale of murder, mystery and money

Published on 06.14.2010 5:40 p.m.


Jeff Moehlis: Henry Rollins Has A Lot To Say

Former Black Flag frontman covered wide range of topics at SOhO spoken work performance

Published on 06.13.2010 5:33 a.m.


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Paul Mann: Garrison Keillor Makes Santa Barbara a Companion to His Prairie Home

Famed satirist weaves the community — and its quirks — into an afternoon of skits and sketches

Published on 06.13.2010 4:59 a.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: Ojai Music Festival Rings Modern Tone

The world-renowned event runs through Sunday in various venues

Published on 06.10.2010 7:16 p.m.


Margo Kline: Unitarian Society Recital Celebrates Brahms

Violinist Nicole McKenzie and pianist Betty Oberacker were in fine form

Published on 06.09.2010 9:16 p.m.


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Mark Brickley: Canned Heat Plays Topanga Days

Their music still packs a punch, with even their old songs sounding fresh

Published on 06.09.2010 3:23 p.m.


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Margo Kline: ‘Loot’ Showing Its Age

Ensemble Theatre's talented cast of actors the saving grace of an outdated play

Published on 06.07.2010 9:10 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: Music Club Concert Spotlights Scholarship Winners

The free program beings at 3 p.m. Saturday in the library's Faulkner Gallery

Published on 06.04.2010 7:15 p.m.


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Garrison Keillor Bringing ‘Prairie Home Companion’ to Santa Barbara Bowl

Tickets are on sale now for Saturday's live broadcast performance

Published on 06.03.2010 7:40 p.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: Ensemble Theatre Company Stashes the ‘Loot’

The Joe Orton play runs through June 27 at the Alhecama Theatre

Published on 06.03.2010 6:30 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: UCSB Choruses to End Season on High Note

Thursday's featured work will be Mozart's rarely heard Missa Brevis

Published on 06.02.2010 6:20 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: University Symphony to End Year with ‘Preludes’

New works by three student composers will be part of Wednesday's program

Published on 06.01.2010 9:43 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: UCSB Ensemble to Open ‘New Curiosity Shop’

The Ensemble for Contemporary Music will play its last concert of the academic year on Tuesday

Published on 05.31.2010 9:27 p.m.


Santa Barbara Strings to Perform Free Concert

The orchestras will end the season with a performance on Saturday at the Marjorie Luke Theatre

Published on 05.31.2010 4:14 p.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: ‘Pop’ Goes the Youth Symphony

The orchestra will perform Sunday in the Lobero

Published on 05.29.2010 9:50 p.m.


Unitarian Society Hosts Violist Helen Callus

She'll perform the second in her Bach series at 3 p.m. Sunday

Published on 05.28.2010 6:36 p.m.


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