Savannah’s Coastal Rock Productions is a savior to many students and other young live music enthusiasts who can’t enter the 21-plus bars.
The final week of the 2016 Savannah VOICE Festival featured an array of high-quality events, including the staging of Michael Ching’s short opera “Alice Ryley” in a ballroom at The Westin Savannah Harbor.
The Savannah VOICE Festival’s fourth year of operation boasted three full performances of operas, the last of which was Aug. 20’s scaled-down but dazzling version of Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte.”
The musician behind the solo drone/psychedelia project Temazcal wants it to be personal.
The Lucas Theatre has sold out the first eight dates in its 2016 Summer Cabaret Series, and there’s a good bet the final two shows will also reach capacity.
All good things must come to an end, but at least the Savannah VOICE Festival will end on a high note.
David Liebe Hart’s eclectic and strange musical endeavors, as seen on Adult Swim’s “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!,” are coming to Savannah.
A chance meeting in an Atlanta music store resulted in the founding of roots music band Delta Moon.
It is the passion of the presentation that draws the crowds, when classical singers from around the world perform songs they have heard all their lives.
The Savannah VOICE Festival’s performance and educational components will come together Aug. 20 in a studio presentation of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.”
Classes are already back in session for most Chatham County high schoolers, but there is good news: Coastal Rock Productions is bringing an all-ages surf rock summer party to The Sentient Bean.
As the neighborhood around The Wormhole has changed, the spacious but divey club has thrived by offering an extensive food menu, happy hour shows and regular features like trivia and open mic nights.
Grammy award-winning zydeco musician Chubby Carrier says people tell him his music makes them happy.
A multiple prize-winner, Henry Kramer is quickly becoming known as one of the hottest young concert pianists performing today.
On opening night of its fourth season, the Savannah VOICE Fest proved you don’t need a big orchestra, elaborate costumes or extensive staging to put on a world-class opera.
The Savannah VOICE Festival is from Aug. 7-21. Get tickets at www.savannahvoicefestival.org.
In a city renowned for its hauntings, Alice Riley is one of its residents’ favorite ghosts
While opera is at the heart of the Savannah VOICE Festival, it features many more styles of music, including a lot of musical theater.
There’s a fascinating story behind every professional singer.
Savannah area students are learning about history, about building confidence and about understanding others. And they are doing it all while learning about opera.
In addition to his starring role in “Romeo and Juliet,” Santiago Ballerini will present a solo concert.
Yes, “Romeo and Juliet” is a story of woe, but oh, how beautiful woe can be.
There’s music in the air these days. The 2016 Savannah VOICE Festival runs Aug. 7-21, and many of the singers are already in town.
Orlando’s A Brilliant Lie is visiting Savannah to wake up a sleepy Tuesday night with danceable rock and ’90s nostalgia.
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