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Von Stade Soars with University Symphony PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 23 October 2001 18:00
Eastern Iowa is fast becoming a cultural hub between Chicago, Minneapolis, and Omaha. With stops in Iowa City by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Houston Ballet, and most recently mezzo-soprano Frederica Von Stade, Quad Citians have been within a 40-minute drive and a $10 ticket price of world-renowned performers.

 
Chamber Opener Comes Into Focus PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 23 October 2001 18:00
The Quad City Symphony Chamber Series is quickly becoming a favorite. Beginning its second year as a concert staple, the regular symphony players kicked the sub-season off on October 21 with a performance at Augustana College’s Wallenberg Hall.

 
Bass Legends Hop on the Mule PDF Print E-mail
Music News
Written by John James   
Thursday, 18 October 2001 18:00
• This Tuesday, the master musicians of four-string funk show up as guest players on the new Gov’t Mule album, The Deep End Volume 1. The record, on the ATO label, marks the band’s first studio recordings since the death last year of founding bassist Allen Woody.

 
Sub Pop Gets Kinky Cover Fever PDF Print E-mail
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Written by John James   
Tuesday, 09 October 2001 18:00
• The Kinks are the recipient of Sub Pop Records’ upcoming tribute set, entitled Give The People What They Want, on November 6. The 19-track collection features a Sup Pop super-stable of participants, including C-Average’s spin on “Revenge,” Mark Lanegan’s take on “Nothin’ in the World Can Stop Me Worryin’ ‘bout That Girl,” The Murder City Devils’ splash of “Alcohol,” Mudhoney’s turn on “Who Will Be the Next in Line,” and Heather Duby’s version of “The Way Love Used to Be.

 
Symphony Can’t Lift Audience from Mournful Start PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 09 October 2001 18:00
When the Quad City Symphony Orchestra (QCSO) kicked off its concert season on October 6 at the Adler Theatre, the performance couldn’t help but be partly covered in darkness. The shroud of pain and uncertainty and musical weeping of the first half seemed fitting given the tragedies in New York, Washington, D.

 
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