Music theater works based on art often founder on literalism. Will “Little Dancer” be the same?
The production shows that, yes, opera singers can do musicals — at the risk of cannibalizing the audience.
My review of the NSO’s current program, with additional thoughts about the visual drama of some big works
The orchestra at times sounded mushy and inexact, leaving the impression of a workmanlike evening.
Three dance companies, in three different styles, joined singers for “Les Fêtes de l’Hymen et de l’Amour.”
The Washington Master Chorale and Thomas Colohan highlight worthy rarities in a varied Bernstein program.
David Gockley retires in San Francisco, WNO announces “Ring” casting, protestors have their say at St. Louis Symphony, and Julian Wachner’s career burgeons.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is the latest lockout story -- two years after its last one.
A museum gives the illusion of permanence, but the Corcoran’s demise reminds that art is mutable.
Anthony Barrese exhumes a 19th-century score by Franco Faccio for its first performance in 143 years