Unable to reach an agreement in a yearlong labor dispute with its musicians, the orchestra announced on Monday that it was withdrawing from two concerts scheduled for November.
The Minnesota Orchestra said Monday that it was withdrawing from its two concerts at Carnegie Hall in November because it has not agreed on a new contract with its players.
The first TomorrowWorld electronic dance-music celebration this weekend seemed to go off without any serious health problems from drug use.
The French choreographer Fanny de Chaillé brought “The Library” to New York libraries, as part of Crossing the Line 2013, the interdisciplinary arts festival.
Boyzie Cekwana and Panaibra Canda presented “The Inkomati (dis)cord,” which refers to the nonaggression pact between Mozambique and South Africa, at Live Arts.
The Juilliard Orchestra played a program of Benjamin Britten and Edward Elgar conducted by the early music specialist Nicholas McGegan.
The project drew strong opposition from Republicans, who saw it as a potential boon to Mrs. Clinton as she considers a run for president in 2016.