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Articles by Avital Rabinowitz

The sights and sounds of Charleston: Part 4 Article

In part four of our exploration of the city, we head to Cabbage Row to take a look at the street that inspired Catfish Row, the setting of Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess."


The sights and sounds of Charleston: Part 3 Article

In part three of our tour, we join Eric Lavender and Captain Bob of Charleston Pirate Tours for -- what else? -- a look at Charleston's swashbuckling past.


The sights and sounds of Charleston: Part 1 Article

Join us every day this week for a virtual tour of charming Charleston, SC, as we feature the sights and sounds of the Holy City alongside musical highlights from the Spoleto Festival USA. Today, we're heading to Poogan's Porch, an iconic Charleston eatery famous for their delicious buttermilk biscuits.


Verdi recording roundup Article

This October, we celebrate the bicentennial of Italian opera composer Giuseppe Verdi. In honor of this musical milestone, several of today's most prominent opera singers and ensembles have recorded albums devoted entirely to Verdi's music.


Meet the Men's Chorale of Luxembourg Article

The 45-member choir is making its first U.S. tour, which includes stops in Winona, Minn., and in Minneapolis before heading off to Los Angeles and New York.