More actors are being called on to sing; Meryl Streep, the Witch in “Into the Woods,” talks about how it’s done.
Anne Midgette and Nelson Pressley offer their opinions about what works in the genre and what doesn’t.
Nicolas McGegan and a solid quartet of soloists offer “Messiah’s” human face at the NSO.
The baritone John Brancy’s thematic program for Vocal Arts DC was a refreshing take on the recital debut.
Library of Congress’s Fine festival ends with a packed program by the choir of Clare College, Cambridge
After “Little Dancer,” some concluding thoughts on depicting the visual arts on stage -- and on the amplification of Broadway. (Classical music: we’re doing it wrong.)
The Icelandic composer Anna Thorvaldsdottir gives a label a chance to update with the times.
The company’s American Opera Initiative is getting slicker, as its three latest offerings showed Friday night.
Busoni’s 70-minute piano concerto is long and difficult, yet eminently easy on the ear as played by the NSO.
Garrick Ohlsson: Busoni’s virtuosic neo-Romantic concerto may be long, but offers nobility, and rip-roaring fun.