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For over 20 years Lorrie Heagy has been leading arts education integration in Juneau. This month the Alaska Arts Education Consortium awarded Lorrie the Arts… Continue reading
School board’s unanimous vote occurs on night when dozens of title-winning athletes also honored.
“Cabaret” kicks off at McPhetres Hall on Friday, with free previews Tuesday and Thursday
Winners of fifth annual awards for youth music programs scheduled to be announced in January.
Ensemble includes 60-chair symphony, 40-person chorus, seven actors.
The Indigenous music festival is back and bringing 24 acts to Juneau
Annie Bartholomew’s new album shares surprising untold stories of sex workers during the gold rush
Free performance puts a capt on a busy season.
“Ready for the Call” tour in Juneau and Anchorage in April.
Kyshona’s local performance is part of small Alaska tour.
“The algorithm is hard on all of us,” but maybe it doesn’t have to be.
Alaska Music Summit held in Juneau for the first time.
New concert series brings talent to town for two nights.
Anniversary shows commemorate the indie-rock stalwarts’ breakthrough album.
It’s a collaboration between local scientists, composers and musicians
Classical bars to be played at downtown bar
Another ‘Classics’ in the books.
A full show and a new musical director to welcome audiences back.
‘I hope it becomes a staple’: Concertmaster