Vassily Sinaisky leads Rachmaninoff rarity, after a showcase for NSO principal clarinet Loren Kitt.
The Wallace Foundation announces a 52 million dollar initiative to build performing arts audiences. Are the projects it’s funding actually innovative? And should they be?
The Salome Chamber Orchestra and A Far Cry both seemed to need work in this weekend’s concerts.
Double-bass virtuoso shows himself a pure musician, beyond genres.
Free speech or hate speech? The Toronto Symphony lets the pianist Valentina Lisitsa go due to her controversial Twitter feed -- and now the classical music world is debating the distinction.
Nezet-Seguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra remind District audiences of their Rachmaninoff mastery
Daniil Trifonov and the NSO conquered and puzzled with the infamous “Rach 3.”
British polymath and pianist Stephen Hough beguiled with poetic Debussy, narrative Chopin, touch of Minkus.
Nézet-Séguin, 40, is the hip young music director everyone wants. Is that enough to fix the field’s problems?
In naming Deborah Rutter, a classical music administrator, the Kennedy Center may be sending a signal.