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Critic’s Choice – Feb 22, 2017

In the last dozen years of his life, Leoš Janáček, who …

Adès premiere, new “Norma” and “Tosca” productions in Met’s 2017-18 season – Feb 15, 2017

The Metropolitan Opera will open their 2017–18 season with the star …

New York Philharmonic eyes a gradual baton handoff in transitional 2017-18 season – Feb 08, 2017

For the 2017–18 season, the New York Philharmonic is going to …

Critic’s Choice – Feb 08, 2017

Before a performance starts at Spectrum, proprietor Glenn Cornett likes to …

With birthday bash on tap, Philip Glass talks about reaching 80 years and 11 symphonies – Jan 28, 2017

For Philip Glass, the birthday present came early.

Wednesday morning, Carnegie …

Glass, Trifonov, Jansen and a blast from the ’60s in Carnegie Hall’s 2017-18 season – Jan 25, 2017

Carnegie Hall announced their 2017–18 season Wednesday, with nine months full …

Critic’s Choice – Jan 25, 2017

There are times when the experienced (and possibly slightly jaded) critic …

Hvorostovsky withdraws from Met’s “Onegin” – Dec 08, 2016

Dmitri Hvorostovsky has withdrawn from the upcoming Metropolitan Opera performances of …

Dallas man’s bizarre homage leaves ashes in the mouths of Met staff and audience – Oct 30, 2016

It was the one possibility that no one had considered.

The …

Met’s “Guillaume Tell” called on account of powder – Oct 29, 2016

The Metropolitan Opera cut short Saturday’s matinee performance of Rossini’s Guillaume …