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Blige, Day, Lafourcade, Common Among Oscars Music Performers

Blige, Day, Lafourcade, Common Among Oscars Music Performers

Feb 23
The original singers of the year's five Oscar-nominated songs will reprise their performances live on the Oscar stage.

Boston Pops Announces Spring Season, Celebrates Leonard Bernstein

Boston Pops Announces Spring Season, Celebrates Leonard Bernstein

Feb 22
The 2018 Boston Pops spring season, May 9-June 16, under the direction of Keith Lockhart, will celebrate the centennial of Leonard Bernstein, one of the greatest international musical figures of the last century.

Enough Already: Songwriter Diane Warren Wants Her Oscar

Enough Already: Songwriter Diane Warren Wants Her Oscar

By Kristin M. Hall | Feb 21
Songwriter Diane Warren is overdue for an Oscar, and she has no reservations about saying she wants to win.

Fergie Says 'Tried My Best' After National Anthem Blowback

Fergie Says 'Tried My Best' After National Anthem Blowback

By Greg Beacham | Feb 20
Fergie is apologizing after trying something different with the national anthem at the NBA All-Star Game.

Restored 'Porgy And Bess' Gets Key Test on Road to Met Opera

Restored 'Porgy And Bess' Gets Key Test on Road to Met Opera

By Jeff Karoub | Feb 16
A restored edition of a pioneering, enduring American opera emerges at a time its racial and social themes are as relevant as the era in which it premiered.

Grammys Defends Itself About Women Representation

Grammys Defends Itself About Women Representation

By Mesfin Fekadu | Feb 15
After a few missteps, The Recording Academy is reassuring its members that it is not lagging behind the music industry when it comes to female representation.

Nezet-Seguin Becomes Met Opera's Music Director Next Season

Nezet-Seguin Becomes Met Opera's Music Director Next Season

By Ronald Blum | Feb 15
Yannick Nezet-Seguin will become the Metropolitan Opera's music director next season, two years earlier than planned, providing a leader to an orchestra fighting drift and defections for more than a decade.

Olympic Figure Skating Unveils New, Modern Soundtrack

Olympic Figure Skating Unveils New, Modern Soundtrack

By Dave Skretta | Feb 13
The decision by skating's governing body after the 2014 Sochi Games to allow lyrics in all disciplines expanded the breadth of music that is available, and skaters have taken broad liberties with it.

PopUps: Singer Shawn Mendes Ignites Instagram with Shirtless Photo, Teases New Album

PopUps: Singer Shawn Mendes Ignites Instagram with Shirtless Photo, Teases New Album

Feb 12
Singer Shawn Mendes caused quite a stir Sunday when he took to Instagram to share a shirtless photo of himself, sitting on a swing on a beach, with his 28.7 million fans. Oh, and he also teased a new album.

Poof! Ivy League Glee Club's Gender Restrictions Disappear

Poof! Ivy League Glee Club's Gender Restrictions Disappear

By Pat Eaton-Robb | Feb 11
Leaders of the Whiffenpoofs, Yale University's world-famous glee club, say their sound isn't changing, but they are ending their more than century-old tradition of being a male only a cappella ensemble.

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