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Hamlet's Vision by Pedro Américo

Beethoven's Ghost

What spooky silhouette in the shadows of Shakespeare’s stage is conjured by Ludwig van Beethoven’s mournful crescendos and tremolos? The theatrical inspiration for Beethoven’s Piano Trio No. 5 in D Major — nicknamed “The Ghost Trio” by the composer’s Austrian pupil Carl Czerny — varies according to the source.

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Soccer Mommy

Decades after Janis Ian “learned the truth at seventeen,” sad girl music has become a genre-spanning library on Spotify.

Beloved artist and jazz musician Robert Andrew Parker and Jive by Five are back on stage at Music Mountain after a two-year hiatus. Photo courtesy Scott Heth

Robert Parker and Jive by Five Return to Music Mountain

In recent years, Robert Andrew Parker has been best known locally for his world-famous art, which he generously shares at area fundraising art shows (to the delight and good fortune of his legion of fans).

Steve Katz, a founding member of Blues Project, can still spend all day noodling around with his guitars in his home studio in Kent, Conn.  His band, Blues Project, returns this summer with a concert June 25 and a new album. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Blues Project Is Back, and Taking it on the Road

Out of the ashes of Blues Project — one of the most influential bands of the mid 1960s — rose another amazing and influential band of that era: Blood, Sweat & Tears, started by Blues Project founding members Steve Katz and Al Kooper.


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