It's the weekend, and whether you're in the mood for classical piano, 70's funk or Christmas carols, there is all that and more coming your way.
A look back at the history of the music and arts scene on Maui - MAPA, MACC and the Maui Pops Orchestra are all honoring arts patron Auriel Flavell as she celebrates her 90th birthday. The Holiday Pops! concert follows.
Weâre not talking about an apocalypse, but the bands responsible for such 70's classics as "You're Still a Young Man" and "Low Rider."
Pianist Dan Tepfer will make his first appearance on Maui performing his critically acclaimed Goldberg Variations/Variations this Friday, December 6th.
You made it through the family reunion that is Thanksgiving and hopefully survived Black Friday. Whoop it up at the events and happenings we've found for you here.
Comedian Gabriel Iglesias â known for his âIâm not fat, Iâm fluffy!â routine â brings his âStand Up Revolution Tourâ to the MACC this Friday night.
The singer weighs in on the much-discussed musical! Â Â Â Â
The ratings are in for NBC's much-hyped "The Sound of Music Live!" broadcast. Despite the hate-watchers and snarky tweets, the network's three-hour live production pulled in colossal numbers on Thursday night. Early Nielsen figures show that 18.47 million viewers tuned in to watch Carrie Underwood, Stephen Moyer and Audra McDonald star in the classic musical. It was the network's biggest non-sports Thursday audience since the "Fraiser" season finale in 2004. ...
Forty-eight years after the original "Sound Of Music" hit the big screen, Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer are getting ready to step into some pretty epic shoes: Maria and Captain von Trapp's. As longtime "Sound Of Music" fans get ready for NBC's live performance, which airs Thursday, Dec. 5, we thought we'd take a look at where the original "Sound Of Music" cast landed. Charmian Carr, Liesl von Trapp No longer 16 going on 17, Charmian Carr is now a mother of two and an interior designer in California. Although she gave up acting eventually, Carr fondly recounted her experiences
NEW YORK (AP) â Whew, that was nerve-wracking, right? All those kids and staircases, pillow fights, candles and dancing. But somehow the cast and crew of NBC's three-hour live telecast of "The Sound of Music" pulled it off Thursday night with only a trodden-on dress, some inconsistent sound levels and a flubbed few words.