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  • First Time Ever: Joint Interview With Andris Nelsons & Keith Lockhart

    First Time Ever: Joint Interview With Andris Nelsons & Keith Lockhart

    Read the article at wgbhnews.org. Two of the greatest artists in this city, usually thought of as soloists but appearing tonight, for the first time ever in an interview as a duo. Andris Nelsons (@andris_nelsons) hails from Riva, Latvia, and after one year as the music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, he recently extended that contract through the year 2022.  And Keith Lockhart (@KeithLockhart) is celebrating a 20th anniversary at the helm of The Boston Pops.  Nelsons and Lockhart joked about Nelsons’ new role, as […]

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  • Lockhart pops into Lynn Auditorium

    Lockhart pops into Lynn Auditorium

    Read the full article at itemlive.com North Shore Community College and Keith Lockhart have something in common, and it is a happy confluence of these events that will bring the Boston Pops conductor to the Lynn Auditorium next month. Both are celebrating milestone anniversaries. North Shore is observing its 50th this year, and Lockhart is marking his 20th as conductor of the Pops. “I’m not a big anniversary person,” Lockhart said. “I don’t even like to celebrate birthdays. But everyone […]

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  • Vienna to Host ‘Hollywood in Vienna’ Gala, Oct. 16 – Brian McKnight, Keith Lockhart, Richard Bellis and More!

    Vienna to Host ‘Hollywood in Vienna’ Gala, Oct. 16 – Brian McKnight, Keith Lockhart, Richard Bellis and More!

    Read the full article at broadwayworld.com Vienna, the music capital of the world, will once again be in the spotlight with the Hollywood in Vienna gala, taking place at the historic Vienna Concert Hall on October 16, 2015. Many Hollywood & Broadway Stars will attend and perform at the red-carpet event. Apart from Oscar-nominated and Grammy-winning Guest of Honor James Newton Howard (“The Hunger Games”, “Maleficent”, ‘The Dark Knight”), Hollywood in Vienna is excited to welcome composer Richard Bell  (Stephen King‘s “IT”) […]

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