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Orlando orchestra's young leader leaps from cellist to conductor
As a young, classical music conductor in a town known more for Mickey Mouse than Mahler, Eric Jacobsen faces a double challenge: Live up to the promise of his youth and innovative background, and somehow discover the magic formula to lure young audiences to the concert hall.
 
The Strokes return with feet in past
The Strokes set off a cultural moment when they emerged 15 years ago in New York, opening the century with a throwback to the brusque punk aesthetic.
 
Flea-ing storm
In this Saturday, June 4 picture, Michael "Flea" Balzary performs with the U.S. band "Red Hot Chili Peppers" at the open air music festival "Rock am Ring" near Mendig, Germany.
 
Morricone marks 60 years as Hollywood's go-to music man
Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone is back on his feet after canceling a string of concerts because of two collapsed vertebrae that raised questions about the continued prodigious output of the 87-year-old music legend.
 
Violinmaking thrives in the land of Stradivarius
Acoustics aren't all that count when making a violin. Aesthetics are also a key element. And that's why the craft of making stringed instruments is thriving in Italy, a country known for its love of beauty and long history of violinmaking.
 
A U.S. National Park Service paleontologist and Grateful Dead fan credited with identifying an extinct species of otter found in south-central Idaho has named it after the band's guitarist.
 
Prince died of an overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller that is up to 50 times more potent than heroin, autopsy results released Thursday show.
 
Madonna on Thursday triumphed in a copyright case concerning her song "Vogue," in a victory for artists seeking to use samples.
 
Photographer Rasic heads home to celebrate Bowie
In 1983, a young photographer from Belgrade was trying to make his name in London when he captured David Bowie's hotly-anticipated return to rock.
 
British retailer Marks & Spencer declared it would stop playing background music in its shops on Wednesday in a move hailed as a victory by anti-noise campaigners.
 
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