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Eager classical music fans nearly filled the 800-seat Emerson Concert Hall to see the Vega String Quartet and a piano trio perform two Beethoven pieces in a concert entitled “The ...

It all started when Becky Albertalli, author of “Simon vs. The Homosapiens Agenda,” and Adam Silvera, author of “More Happy Than Not,” contacted each other after their agent sold both ...

Julia Holter’s “Aviary” is one of the most grandiose and densely packed pop albums in recent memory, with the instrumental power of a full orchestra lending to its sprawling soundscapes. ...

Since 2012, Atlanta’s Fox Theater has hosted “ghost tours,” where patrons can explore parts of the theater usually inaccessible to the general public, and receive extra information about the theater’s ...

If you walked past Buckhead Theater at 7 p.m. on Oct. 25, you would’ve come across a massive line of people patiently waiting in pouring rain to see British R&B ...

Pianist Momoro Ono took the audience’s breath away with his beautiful renditions of classical pieces on Oct. 19 at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. From Bach’s “Chaconne” to a classical ...

Oxford College’s production of “The Arsonists,” which ran from Oct. 18 to 20 at the Tarbutton Theater, tells the harrowing story of a town that fears nothing more than fire. ...

As the opulent chandeliers gleamed above the Coca-Cola Roxy Stage, Brockhampton appeared, glistening under the flashing lights, and approached the shouting crowd on Oct. 14. The Los Angeles-based band formed ...

While other films about the ‘90s might be nostalgia-fueled trips full of punk-rock, popular TV and classic video games, “Mid90s” doesn’t shy away from the characteristics of the decade that ...