Some articles on performances, performance:

Garson Kanin - Stage Career
... Yesterday, which he also directed, ran for 1,642 performances ... directing The Diary of Anne Frank (1955), which ran for 717 performances, and the musical Funny Girl (1964), which ran for 1,348 performances ...
Robert Merrill - Performances With The Metropolitan Opera
... Robert Merrill made 769 performances with the Metropolitan Opera in the following 21 roles Composer Opera Role First performance Last performance Total ...
Missa Solemnis (Beethoven) - Toscanini Performances
... Arturo Toscanini's biographer Harvey Sachs notes multiple performances of Beethoven's work by the Maestro ... Portions of the live performance were replaced with recordings from the rehearsals before Toscanini allowed RCA Victor to release it in a two-disc LP album ... However, Sachs said the 1940 concert performance with the NBC Symphony, also in Carnegie Hall, may be better in overall interpretation ...
Song Of Australia - Performances and Public Reaction
... One of its first public performances was for a South Australian Institute soirée at White's Rooms, King William Street, on 14 December 1859 by the Adelaide Liedertafel ... His performances included notably Recital in London as a duet with Richard Nitschke in 1905 ...
KK (singer) - Performances
... On 21 December 2011 KK performed at Mood Indigo 2011, the annual cultural festival at IIT Bombay ... On 24 December 2011 KK performed at Wheel'11 Jamshedpur organised by Tata Motors Jamshedpur GET Club.And on 3 February 2012 also he had performed a wonderful stage show in Amrita university where National level techfest Vidyut was held in kerala ...

Famous quotes containing the word performances:

    This play holds the season’s record [for early closing], thus far, with a run of four evening performances and one matinee. By an odd coincidence it ran just five performances too many.
    Dorothy Parker (1893–1967)

    At one of the later performances you asked why they called it a “miracle,”
    Since nothing ever happened. That, of course, was the miracle
    But you wanted to know why so much action took on so much life
    And still managed to remain itself, aloof, smiling and courteous.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)