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Jazz Community Celebrates the Life of Clark Terry
Madam Butterfly Overcomes Royal Albert Hall Hiccups
By Emma ClarendonLONDON – Like Italian food, Giacomo Puccini’s masterpiece “Madam Butterfly” is not too hard to do relatively well. Like Italian food, it is much harder to do absolutely...
In Tune: Armory Art Week Edition
Fresh off the heels of a frigid New York Fashion Week comes one of the most bustling events of the art world: Armory Art Fair Week. Every year, the first week of March coats neighborhoods...
Will Lady Gaga's Oscar Turn Lead Her Back to Musicals?
“Birdman,” a story about a one-time film superhero reclaiming his career on Broadway, took the top honors at the 87th annual Oscars. But it was Lady Gaga’s tribute to the 50th anniversary...
Waiting Game: Lauryn Hill's "Small Axe" Tour
What happens when you go to see Lauryn Hill?You wait. You arrive late because you know her reputation. You still wait. You get sick of all the games on your iPhone. You wait some more....
In Tune: Valentine's Day Special
If you thrive on superstitions and were hoping for a Friday the 13th themed “In Tune” this week, we apologize. You’ll have to look someplace else. Here at ARTINFO, we’re all about the love...
In Tune Febuary 6-12
Don’t have time to keep up with the latest music releases? Allow ARTINFO to help you step up your Spotify game and indulge your senses in five new tracks you might have missed this week....
John Carpenter: Lost Pioneer of Electronic Music
John Carpenter’s influence on filmmaking is well documented. Most would agree that without “Halloween,” his 1978 slasher flick, the horror genre would not exist as it does today. There were...
The Metropolitan Museum of Art as Jazz Hang
“Lonely Woman” is perhaps the loveliest and probably the most commonly played of Ornette Coleman’s compositions. Yet Coleman’s focus on solitude and compassion (inspired, he’s said, by a...
In Tune Music Roundup: Jan 30-Feb 6
In an effort to help you recuperate from the effects of Winter Storm Juno (we're talking about the carbohydrate coma you're in after ransacking your local grocery store, of course), this...
Daniel Askill on Sia’s “Elastic Heart” Video
There’s something special about Sydney and New York-based filmmaker and artist Daniel Askill’s collaborative partnership with Australian pop star Sia. In 2014 he collaborated with Sia on...
In Tune Music Roundup: January 23-29
Ok, it’s only been a few weeks, I know. But so far 2015 is shaping up to be a great year for music, and the evidence can be found in this week’s In Tune. We have tons of great stuff: the...
PJ Harvey Exhibits Recording Sessions as Art
Pioneering British songstress PJ Harvey MBE has joined forces with London’s Somerset House and London-based arts organization Artangel to launch an exciting project entitled “Recording in...
In Tune: January 16-22
Regina Mogilevskaya, Craig Hubert
We don’t know about you, but it’s been so cold out where we live that we’ve been listening to a lot of music. There’s not much more to do, really, since we haven’t been leaving our...
Jazz Musicians Honor Charlie Haden at Town Hall
Minutes into Tuesday night’s memorial concert for Charlie Haden at Manhattan’s Town Hall, on a screen above the stage, came the first of several excerpts from a documentary, “Rambling Boy...
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