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After 20 years, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony are still coloring outside the lines – Nov 16, 2014

Nearly 41 years ago, a lanky 29-year-old stepped onto the stage of…

Met’s “Klinghoffer” deserves an open mind, not political censorship – Oct 17, 2014

The comedian Bill Maher jokes that he was the only one fired…

No fear or letup in a packed New York music season from Adams to Weill – Aug 27, 2014

Probably every New Yorker, native or transplant, goes through a period of…

American Music Project to launch with world premiere by Chicago composer – Aug 04, 2014

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Lorin Maazel 1930-2014 – Jul 13, 2014

The conductor Lorin Maazel, a prodigy who began his public podium career…

Flux Quartet ready for full immersion in Feldman’s six-hour String Quartet No. 2 – Apr 19, 2014

What is it like to experience a six-hour piece of music? What…

For now, Gotham Chamber Opera is happy to remain small yet significant – Feb 24, 2014

The obvious question to ask of Gotham Chamber Opera is also the…

Carnegie Hall to lead citywide festival exploring Vienna’s rich musical history – Feb 19, 2014


If any single place on the globe can be described as the

“Rusalka” remains a favorite vocal touchstone for Renée Fleming – Jan 21, 2014

Nobody can accuse Renée Fleming of being a creature of habit.
Within…

Metropolitan Opera to explore the internet’s dark side with Nico Muhly’s “Two Boys” – Oct 16, 2013

Nico Muhly’s Two Boys, which will have its U.S. premiere Oct. 21 at…