After “The Art of Fugue,” the pianist (and new father) turns to Book I of “The Well-Tempered Clavier”
Eschenbach led the NSO’s first-ever performances of Schumann’s violin concerto, but it didn’t convince.
The memorial service of the conductor Lorin Maazel, who died in July at 84, will be streamed live on Friday starting at 12:30 pm.
As Joyce DiDonato prepares to sing the National Anthem at Game 7 of the World Series tonight, some more thoughts on classical music in the sports arena.
Marin Alsop leads a program of “Rapture” (Rouse); “Ecstasy” (Scriabin); and Strauss.
A mezzo-soprano shows that the new school of American singing can produce first-rate artists.
A roundup of reviews of the Metropolitan Opera’s “Death of Klinghoffer,” including Anne Midgette’s revised version.
The show has been lambasted as anti-Semitic, but most of the drama is offstage.
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.