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URBANA — Area musicians may audition for the Urbana Pops Orchestra in the comfort of their own homes — by uploading a video audition to YouTube.
URBANA — The Community Center for the Arts has a couple of busy weeks ahead: Its C4A Live at Indi Go concert Thursday, benefit pancake breakfasts on Saturday and next Sunday and a wine-tasting benefit March 30.
TobyMac is bringing a few friends with him on has latest visit to the University of Illinois Assembly Hall.
The singer, who co-founded Christian hip-hop band dcTalk in the late 1980s, is an elder statesman of contemporary Gospel: dcTalk existed even before Winter Jam, originally aimed at youth, started.
By Samantha Kiesel
Chip McNeill walks down the hall in his black sneakers as jazz music floods the basement of Smith Hall. He waves with his left hand to a couple of students and clutches a soprano saxophone in his right.
Studio Visit appears in Sunday editions of The News-Gazette. Here, a visit with musician Margaret Duffy.
URBANA — The city Public Arts Commission has selected recipients of the 2013 Urbana Arts Grants.
Among them is the Common Ground Food Co-op at Lincoln Square Village, which will receive a total of $5,000 from the city and the Urbana Business Association to start an art gallery. That is the largest amount given to any recipient.
The Champaign Urbana Theatre Company has kicked off off its 22nd Season with the musical satire, "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying," now playing at the Parkland College Theatre.
DANVILLE — The Danville High School show choir groups must raise $20,000 in just six weeks to pay hotel, transportation and some meal costs for the 115 students who will be representing Danville at the Show Choir National competition in Chicago next month.