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  • Utah Symphony program: A cry against violence

    Utah Symphony program: A cry against violence

    Posted April 16, 2011

    The final concerts of Keith Lockhart’s contract as the Utah Symphony’s music director emeritus are next weekend. That prompted him to program a large choral-orchestral work he always wanted to perform in Utah, but hasn’t — and to bring back a soloist who has shared several of his best evenings with the Utah Symphony.

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  • Lockhart Speaks at Community Council Dinner

    Lockhart Speaks at Community Council Dinner

    Posted March 25, 2011
    Keith Lockhart, the conductor of the Boston Pops, was in town March 24, to speak at the 81st Annual Needham Community Council Dinner at the Sheraton Needham Hotel.

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  • Pops season promises to be fun, footloose affair

    Pops season promises to be fun, footloose affair

    bostonherald.com By Jed Gottlieb / Music Also in the print version of the Herald The Boston Pops’ 125-year tradition continues in May with a diverse lineup in-cluding appearances by Pops laureate conductor John Williams, bluegrass master Ricky Skaggs, ’80s rocker Kenny Loggins and former-Hub r&b maestro Ellis Hall. As usual, conductor Keith Lockhart will lead the Boston institution through a range of styles from classical to country, gospel to Broadway starting opening night, May 11. “It takes so long to put all this […]

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