From All Over Albany: AOA reports that the Albany metro ranks 14th nationally as a center for musicians and the music industry, according to an analysis from the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto. We’re not sure exactly what that means, but it can’t be bad…
From In Your Speakers: Stephen Hayward reviews Todd Is New Each Moment’s new CD, “A Thousand Nights.”
From Hudson Sounds: Composer Mary Jane Leach discusses the definition of the word “modern” as it applies to the world of classical music.
From Times Union’s Arts Talk: Tanglewood’s 75th anniversary concert, which took place on Saturday, July 14, will be featured on PBS-TV’s “Great Performances” at 9pm tonight (Friday, August 10), broadcast locally on WMHT-TV.
From Albany Jazz: Tom Pierce reviews the performance of Joe Barna & Sketches of Influence at Flo’s Lark Tavern on Tuesday (August 7), while Rudy Lu delivers a batch of color photos of the show, while Albert Brooks goes black & white with his camera.
From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy reviews comedian Sandra Bernhard’s sold-out performance at Club Helsinki in Hudson on Saturday, August 4.
From Keep Albany Boring: Solid photo galleries of Japanther, Get Vicious and Dead Friend at Valentine’s, as well as Told Slant, Hand Habits and Orphan Legs at the Fuze Box.