Other Voices, Other Rooms

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy has the scoop on the opening of CR10, a new art gallery and performance space in Linlithgo (near Hudson). The opening reception from 4-6pm on Saturday (July 28) features readings by Maggie Estep and Richard Boch, a performance by NYC rock duo Aliens and the 12-artist group exhibition, “enter.”

From All Over Albany: Casey Normile takes a peek behind the scenes to see how Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown became one of the area’s hottest concert venues – for example, Lyle Lovett & His Band tonight and Wilco (with Lee Renaldo) on Saturday).

From Jazz Latino New York: Jose E. Cruz explores the intersection of beauty and race as filtered through Capital Repertory Theatre’s production of “Ella,” which continues its run through Sunday, August 12.

From the Free George: Holli Rossi Murphy reviews the Big Apple Circus, which concludes its run at the Charles R. Wood Park in Lake George on Sunday.

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From Berkshire On Stage: Larry Murray serves up a guide to what’s going on at Tanglewood in Lenox during the next week.

From Hudson Sounds: Myra Herron offers an analysis of “The Star Spangled Banner,” a song that you’ll probably be hearing a lot on the Olympic broadcasts during the next couple of weeks.

From Foss Forward: Sara Foss reports on her recent trips to Hudson to catch Brown Bird at Club Helsinki and a couple of films at Basilica Hudson…

From Berkshire Fine Arts: Charles Giuliano reviews the new musical “Far From Heaven,” starring the fabulous Kelli O’Hara. The production runs through Sunday (July 29) at the Williamstown Festival Festival in Williamstown.

From New Musical Express: Rebecca Schiller’s “The Stars of Album Covers… As They Look Today”

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