If the Omaha Symphony's task Saturday night was simply to accompany any one of the hundreds of movie musicals, the reviewer's task would simply be to comment on its competence — and especially its precision — in doing that job.
If one accounts for the setting and target audience, one can more properly judge the music and motivations of the popular but easily stereotyped 18th-century Italian master Antonio Vivaldi.
If it ain’t baroque…then it won’t appear on this weekend’s Omaha Symphony concert!
When asked to describe the series of difficult-to-impossible stunts flawlessly presented by Cirque de la Symphonie, a reviewer runs a serious risk of running out of words.
Three immensely talented Broadway stars sing Lerner and Loewe tunes with the Omaha Symphony and its choral friends. How could such a show miss?
A long awaited new season was just announced, from Carl Nielsen to Queen.
Omaha Symphony Music Director Thomas Wilkins has been named the Governor’s Arts Awards Outstanding Artist of the Year.
Stage and screen veteran Bernadette Peters and comedian Martin Short are among the names announced today as part of the 2014-15 Omaha Symphony season.
Beatles trivia: Which song from Saturday night’s Omaha Symphony tribute concert first appeared on Billboard’s Hot 100 50 years ago last week?
Zoo birds, possibly joined by a prairie dog, will help bring Omaha Symphony's 'Carnival of the Animals' to life.
The Omaha Symphony truly has concocted a successful recipe for an evergreen “Christmas Spectacular”: equal parts tradition and freshness, with a dash of the unpredictable.
When you're in the business of putting on an annual Christmas concert, as Omaha Symphony Resident Conductor Ernest Richardson has done for nearly two decades, you pick up a few Yuletide secrets.
Nationally known singer Marilyn Maye bought a motor boat at Bahnsen's Sporting Goods in Omaha in 1968 and christened it “Maye Day.”
The unopened message stared at Wenmin Zhang like a dare.