Journalist Charles M. Blow once wrote in his New York Times column that he “likes to think of himself as a Southern writer.” His childhood in Gibsland, Louisiana, shaped his […]
While listening to Dreams of a New Day: Songs by Black Composers, the most recent release by operatic baritone Will Liverman with pianist and recital partner Paul Sánchez, I realized […]
Chicago high school students have teamed up with opera professionals to show that their neighborhoods are more than what’s shown in the media.
Boy meets boy amid McCarthy-era witch hunts in Fellow Travelers, the opera.
Chicago music critic Andrew Patner, who died last month, gets a memorable send-off at Orchestra Hall.