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Apr
05
2020

Music Section

  • Springsfest lineup announced; Guided by Voices to return

    Legendary Dayton indie rock band Guided by Voices will headline this year’s Springsfest. Front, from left: Bobby Bare, Jr. Rear: Kevin March, Robert Pollard, Doug Gillard and Mark Shue. (Submitted photo)

    Guided by Voices, who previously headlined Springsfest in 2018, will play their only Ohio show this year at Springsfest.

  • Review— Speaking Suns breaks the silence

    Art ought to speak some semblance of truth to power. And with the release of their newest record, “Terrestrial Year,” Yellow Springs-based band Speaking Suns does exactly that.

  • World House Choir welcomes new singers, to premiere new work

    The World House Choir, pictured at its Sept. 8 performance of "Bayard Rustin: The Man Behind the Dream," will welcome new singers on Dec. 3. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The World House Choir is welcoming new singers as the Yellow Springs-based group begins rehearsals for spring performances, including the world premiere of a new choral work.

  • CMYS to feature piano, clarinet, cello

    An unusual piano-clarinet-cello trio — The Goldstein-Peled-Fiterstein Trio — will take the stage on Sunday, Feb. 9, in Chamber Music in Yellow Springs’ third concert of the 2019–20 season.

  • Solstice Concert— Cellist to offer ‘sonic meditation’

    Fitzpatrick’s solo cello invocation for the project, an original composition that has become a signature piece in his continuing focus on music as an agent of peace and healing, will be among the works featured when the classically trained musician returns to Yellow Springs to perform a Solstice Concert on Sunday, Dec. 22, at House of AUM.

  • Outside voices: Porchfest 2019

    Yellow Springs’ second annual Porchfest transformed the town’s patios and porches into a de facto ­villagewide venue Saturday, Sept. 14. Above, Mojo Power drew a large crowd along the bike path on President Street as the event wound down in the evening. (Submitted photo by Nick Deys)

    Yellow Springs’ second annual Porchfest transformed the town’s patios and porches into a de facto ­villagewide venue Saturday, Sept. 14.

  • SpringsFest’s diverse line-up

    Crowds gathered on the grounds of the Bryan Center early in the day at last year’s SpringsFest. The music festival will return this Saturday, July 6, 11 a.m.–11 p.m., with a new lineup of acts, as well as food, beer and art vendors. (YS News archive photo by Megan Bachman)

    The fourth annual SpringsFest will return to the village on Saturday, July 6, with 12 hours of music, craft beer and food vendors on the grounds of John Bryan Community Center. 

  • SpringsFest to return Saturday

    The fourth annual SpringsFest will be held Saturday, July 6. Pictured is Jack Dolan of indie-rock outfit Twin Peaks, of Chicago, Ill., at last year's SpringsFest. (Photo by Robert Hasek)

    The fourth annual SpringsFest will return to the village on Saturday, July 6, 11 a.m.–11 p.m., on the grounds of John Bryan Community Center. 

  • World House Choir seeks new singers

    The World House Choir is rehearsing Paul Winter’s Missa Gaia for a local performance Friday and Saturday, Sept. 11 and 12, at 7 p.m. at the Antioch College Amphitheatre. Above, from left are basses Lucas Bautista (obscured), Ron Siemer, Frank Fortino, Nick Daily and David Seitz. (Submitted Photo by Liz Mersky)

    The World House Choir invites interested singers to join in singing “Missa Gaia” in four performances scheduled for September in Yellow Springs, Dayton and Urbana.

  • Kyleen Downes sings — A popular musical ‘Friend’

    Musician Kyleen Downes on the streets of Yellow Springs, where she frequently performs and also hosts the weekly open mic night at Peach's. Downes will perform at the Yellow Cab Tavern in Dayton on April 14. (Photo by Gary McBride)

    Kyleen Downes is my friend.” More than just a T-shirt slogan, it’s an inevitable vibe that results from meeting the ebullient singer-songwriter or hearing her perform.But yes, you can get the T-shirt, too.