Storm Large … now, what is she? Rock ‘n’ roll star? Pop star? Sang her big hit in a meadow? Performed at Carnegie Hall with a symphony?
Introducing the new leader of the Louisville Orchestra — a visible young star of the venerable old symphony
The most interesting aspect of the publicity splash the Louisville Orchestra has created to introduce Teddy Abrams as its new music director is the way Abrams, himself, is plunging into the opportu
Conrad De Chabert never says he is the best dancer. It’s not because he lacks confidence in his commanding leaps, precise turns or pointed toes.
It started with a presentation from a southern Indiana elementary school orchestra teacher.
A woman walks into a mirrored room, her pink slippers padding softly against the sprung wood floor.
Kentucky Opera is bringing back “The Girl of the Golden West”
It’s a good bet that more than one opera fan has wondered why the Puccini opera “The Girl of the Golden West” – or La Fanciulla del West, as the Italian composer named it &n
Comic queen Bianca Del Rio reads around the world
In 2002, Roy Haylock was a comic drag queen in New Orleans with a flair for costume design and a Don Rickles-like wit.
Life is a party for really real drag queen
The past decade of reality TV has seen some highs and some very low lows, and Danny Noriega has seen it all.
'Drag Race' comes to Headliners
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” has proven to be much more than just another reality TV show.
All his life, Dmitri Shostakovich rode the dangerous currents of an artist’s life in the public eye in the Soviet Union.