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Curtain Up on Opera Santa Barbara’s Season of Love, Marriage and Patricia Racette

Season subscriptions are available now to catch all the action for 2010-11

Published on 07.20.2010 1:27 p.m.


Margo Kline: Academy Orchestra Brings Exotic Works to Granada

The program, under substitute maestro Arild Remmereit, more than meets expectations

Published on 07.19.2010 9:34 p.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: Music Academy of the West in Full Sail

Works by Libby Larsen, John Musto among this week's performances

Published on 07.19.2010 1:13 a.m.


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Paul Mann: Steve Miller Band, Los Lobos Share Four Decades of Music

The veteran rock groups belt out classic hits at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Published on 07.17.2010 1:18 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: Remmereit to Pinch-Hit for Academy Orchestra

He replaces Jeffrey Kahane as conductor for Saturday's concert in The Granada

Published on 07.16.2010 7:55 p.m.


Gerald Carpenter: Takács Quartet to Perform at Lobero

The ensemble, in residency at the Music Academy, will play a Visiting Artists Recital on Thursday

Published on 07.13.2010 11:17 p.m.


Music Academy Names Concerto Competition Finalists

Violinist Xi Liao, cellist Brook Speltz, pianist Shijun Wang and clarinetist Gabriel Campos will perform solos on July 24

Published on 07.13.2010 4:27 p.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: Academy Faculty Applies the Lightest Touch

Maestro Jerome Lowenthal will perform Schumann’s lyrical masterpiece for solo piano

Published on 07.12.2010 8:03 p.m.


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Youthful Rockers Roll with the Beat without Missing One

Jensen Guitar RockCamp gives kids a stage for their music and dreams

Published on 07.11.2010 5:47 a.m.


Gerald Carpenter: Concerto Competitors Playing Final Rounds

The last round of the Music Academy competition will be Saturday in Hahn Hall, followed by a grand performance on July 24

Published on 07.09.2010 7:33 p.m.


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Jeff Moehlis: Hail, Hail Chuck Berry

The rock-and-roll legend reels and rocks Hootenanny 2010

Published on 07.08.2010 9:05 p.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: PCPA Theaterfest Retells ‘West Side Story’

The production runs through July 25 in Santa Maria, then moves to Solvang on July 30

Published on 07.08.2010 4:00 p.m.


Jeff Moehlis: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros on Fire at Lobero

Santa Barbara hosts another welcome visit from the up-and-coming L.A.-based band

Published on 07.07.2010 1:44 p.m.


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Gerald Carpenter: SBCC Theatre Plus Alan Ayckbourn Equals Summer Fun

Time of My Life opens Wednesday and runs through July 24

Published on 07.06.2010 9:00 p.m.


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Book Review: Tom Leveen’s ‘Party’ a Tale of 11 Santa Barbara Teens

A graduation party provides a common thread as the teens' lives and stories are woven together

Published on 07.06.2010 8:11 p.m.


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.


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