After 44 years as a Memorial Day Weekend tradition, the Sacramento Music Festival is ending. Organizers of the event made the announcement today citing diminishing audiences, increased costs and heavy competition.
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Rachel Barton Pine is one of the most sought after violinists in the world. What does that mean? It means that she is very, very busy. She is constantly travelling from place to place; balancing family life, a career, and a Foundation.
Bay area vocalist Sandy Cressman loves Brazilian music. Her sensitive, studied approach has won praise from Brazilian musicians and has earned her invitations to perform in that country. This week Cressman performs in Sacramento, supporting a new CD.
The stage of Sacramento's Community Center Theatre is packed with 10 pianos, side by side. On Sunday, 200 young pianists from around the globe will take turns playing simultaneously. It's part of the biannual Suzuki International 10 Piano Concert.
A melting pot of musicians. That describes the American River College Orchestra in Sacramento – a diverse group of professional, amateur and student players, where music truly is the international language.
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Chino Moreno has been the lead vocalist and guitarist for the Deftones since the Sacramento band's beginnings in the late 80s. After nearly three decades how has the band changed and what does the singer have planned for the future?
Concert posters rose in prominence as an art form in the 1960s with colorful psychedelic prints for bands like the Grateful Dead by people like Stanley “Mouse” Miller. Sacramento has its own thriving poster scene on display this month.
The men behind the Youtube channel, Epic Rap Battles of History, are taking their zany historical hip hop beefs into the real world with a live show.
Sacramento siblings Juliana and Tyler Lydell make up the indie-pop group The Dreaded Diamond. They released their sophomore album after only a month of writing and recording.