1. Piotr Anderszewski, piano

    August 11, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Thirty-one-year-old Polish-born pianist Piotr Anderszewski has become something of a star—and with only a few duet partnerships with violinist Viktoria Mullova (on Philips), a single previous s Thirty-one-year-old Polish-born pianist Piotr Anderszewski has become something of a star—and with…

  2. Earth, Wind & Fire To Stress Healthcare On U.S. Tour

    August 06, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Earth, Wind & Fire will celebrate its 30th anniversary next month with the Cool Blue September tour, due to launch Sept. 1 at the National Car Rental Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sponsored by ph Earth, Wind & Fire will celebrate its 30th anniversary next month with the Cool Blue…

  3. Chesnutt/Panic Album Gets Velocette Reissue

    August 03, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Velocette (formerly Capricorn) Records plans to re-release "Nine High a Pallet," the 1995 collaboration between folksy singer/songwriter Vic Chesnutt and jam band Widespread Panic, released under the Velocette (formerly Capricorn) Records plans to re-release "Nine High a Pallet…

  4. London Philharmonic/Leon Botstein

    July 28, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Continuing with his enterprising London Philharmonic series for Telarc (which has ranged from Bruckner and Strauss to Szymanowski and Hartmann), American conductor Leon Botstein essays the music of Be Continuing with his enterprising London Philharmonic series for Telarc (which has ranged…

  5. Eminem OK'd For Down Under Visit

    July 18, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Eminem (real name: Marshall Mathers III) has received a visa from the Australian government to perform at a pair of concerts in the country next week. But along with the approval came a warning to res Eminem (real name: Marshall Mathers III) has received a visa from the Australian government…

  6. 'Philip On Film': Glass Continues To Score

    July 17, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Beginning this summer and continuing well into 2002, Philip Glass' cinematic oeuvre will be celebrated with major premieres, an eight-city fall tour, and a deluxe retrospective boxed set from Nonesuch Since the curtain first rose on the cinematic art form, composers of classical music…

  7. Illness Forces Deftones Cancellations

    July 17, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Severe throat pain suffered by Deftones lead singer Chino Moreno scotched the band's hometown appearance Sunday night in Sacramento, Calif. Doctors ordered the singer -- who at one point was unable to Severe throat pain suffered by Deftones lead singer Chino Moreno scotched the band'…

  8. Midori, violin; Nobuko Imai, viola; NDR Symphony Orchestra/Christoph Eschenbach, piano and conductor

    July 07, 2001 12:00 AM EDT With all the complaints about there being nothing new under the classical sun, it's strange that Sony wouldn't more actively herald the release of a beautifully produced disc featuring a full-scale co With all the complaints about there being nothing new under the classical sun, it&…

  9. BERLIOZ, BRUCKNER, RACHMANINOFF

    June 16, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Although Philips is no longer a fully functioning separate entity (having been merged with Decca), Universal Classics is celebrating the label's highly regarded half-century by remastering and reissui BERLIOZ:Symphonie Fantastique Concertgebouw Orchestra/Sir Colin Davis Producer:not…

  10. Eminem, Outkast Lead Source Awards Nominees

    June 12, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Eminem and Outkast lead the nominees for the third Source Hip-Hop Music Awards with five each and will go head-to-head for album, single, artist, and video of the year honors. LL Cool J will receive t Eminem and Outkast lead the nominees for the third Source Hip-Hop Music Awards with five…

  11. Bridges: The Best of Ravi Shankar

    May 19, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Not content with renown as either the world's foremost sitarist, India's most famous musician, or musical guru to the Beatles' lead guitarist, Ravi Shankar has forged a resolutely singular path in his Not content with renown as either the world's foremost sitarist, India&…

  12. 1533 St. Philip Street

    May 05, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Unlike Nicholas Payton, who honors Armstrong's influence without imitating his style, Crescent City trumpeter Kermit Ruffins invokes the ghost of Satchmo with everything he plays. Unlike Nicholas Payton, who honors Armstrong's influence without imitating his style, Crescent City…

  13. AOL Sponsors Madonna Trek, Offers Advance Tix

    May 03, 2001 12:00 AM EDT The U.S. leg of Madonna's upcoming Drowned World Tour will be sponsored by America Online (AOL). Thanks to a recently formed alliance with ticketing giant Ticketmaster, AOL will offer its subscribers The U.S. leg of Madonna's upcoming Drowned World Tour will be sponsored by America…

  14. Marty Ehrlich, bass clarinet; Birmingham Contemporary Music Group; Members of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Chorus/Paul Herbert

    April 21, 2001 12:00 AM EDT David Lang's The Passing Measures is a signal piece of latter-day minimalism, in that it recalls the painterly soundscapes of Morton Feldman more than it does the more recent, motoric Romanticism of P David Lang's The Passing Measures is a signal piece of latter-day minimalism, in…

  15. The Vox Years

    April 21, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Prior to the carefully cultivated garden of delights that is Alfred Brendel's three-decade Philips discography, the pianist's work found its outlet via two American indies—Vanguard, in the late Prior to the carefully cultivated garden of delights that is Alfred Brendel's three…

  16. Madonna's 'Drowned' Tour Kicks Off June 5

    April 16, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Madonna will embark on her Drowned World Tour on June 5 at the Cologne Arena in Cologne, Germany, Billboard Bulletin reports. The singer will conclude the six city European leg of the jaunt on July 4 Madonna will embark on her Drowned World Tour on June 5 at the Cologne Arena in Cologne,…

  17. New Giants Album Set For August Release

    April 13, 2001 12:00 AM EDT They Might Be Giants have set an Aug. 15 release date for their as-yet-unnamed forthcoming Restless album. Suggested titles for the set, produced by Adam Schlesinger (Fountains of Wayne/Ivy), are "Yes They Might Be Giants have set an Aug. 15 release date for their as-yet-unnamed…

  18. Clapton Confirms Second North American Tour Leg

    April 09, 2001 12:00 AM EDT A list of dates stretching through a two-show mid-August stand at Los Angeles' Staples Center will round out the second leg of Eric Clapton's North American tour in support of his latest Duck/Reprise A list of dates stretching through a two-show mid-August stand at Los Angeles'…

  19. Moby Drafts Outkast, New Order For Area: One

    April 05, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Moby has recruited hip-hop heavyweights Outkast and the Roots, the newly reactivated New Order, modern rock act Incubus, and internationally renowned DJs Paul Oakenfold and Carl Cox for the inaugural Moby has recruited hip-hop heavyweights Outkast and the Roots, the newly reactivated New…

  20. Rod Stewart Confirms 'Human' Tour

    April 03, 2001 12:00 AM EDT Rod Stewart will kick off a North American tour June 1 at General Motors Place in Vancouver. The 42-city trek in support of his recently released Atlantic Records debut "Human" will run through mid-Au Rod Stewart will kick off a North American tour June 1 at General Motors Place in…

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