America’s new Wagner sweetheart changes gears with ‘Florencia’ at the Washington National Opera.
Tenor Stephen Costello couldn’t go on, so duo evening became solo turn for soprano Ailyn Pérez, his wife.
Magical, mystical stories abound, and several of them will materialize on Washington stages this season.
Deborah Rutter, who has a background in classical music, will take over as the center’s president.
Wynton Marsalis’s 2-week academy for high-schoolers is set to begin at Lorin Maazel’s estate in July 2015.
The applause was warmly enthusiastic, and one could have even imagined overtones of relief.
Summer opera festival’s position is secure enough that it doesn’t have to play it safe.
The lot of Francesca and Paolo, her lover/brother-in-law: Eternal damnation and inspiration.
Just before the deadline he imposed for a lockout of his union members, the Met’s Peter Gelb agrees to extend its contract negotiations by another 72 hours
New work by Pulitzer winner John Luther Adams offers music-video aesthetic and appeal.