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Carole King’s humble beginnings explored at Boston Opera House

Carole King’s humble beginnings explored at Boston Opera House

Morgan Hume and Sarah Lukowski

February 6, 2019


Filed under Arts & Culture, Music, Theater

For decades, Carole King has been known for her sweet voice and solo albums, but few people know the story of her younger days as a songwriter, where she wrote tunes that climbed to the top of the Billboard charts before she ever stepped foot on stage. The Boston Opera House is giving audiences a glimpse...

Popular Brodway Musical ‘Sister Act’ is remembered at the Opera House

February 13, 2013


Filed under Arts & Culture

Dan Olson  Journal Staff The Broadway hit-musical Sister Act was performed in Boston at the Opera House through the weekend of Feb. 3.  Fans of the original 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg were defintely in for a surprise but were not disappointed.  A new musical score has been added, written b...

Suffolk professor appearing on WGBH program

February 24, 2010


Filed under Boston, Campus

Article by: Ethan Long When WGBH first signed on in 1951, composer Aaron Copland told those listening in that it was "heartening to know that a station is now on the air broadcasting programs designed to be of interest to an adult mind." Nearly 60 years later, the station is still broadcasting pr...

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