Without the public rancor of their last negotiations, the Met and its orchestra and chorus reached a tentative labor deal. But its terms are secret for now.
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The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam has dismissed Daniele Gatti, citing reports from “a number of female colleagues.”
The orchestra will investigate accusations that its concertmaster, William Preucil, sexually assaulted a violin student in his hotel room in 1998.
The festival, which has introduced New York audiences to many daring new operas, has announced the lineup for its latest edition in January 2019.
Peter Sellars is rethinking the opera he and John Adams made about J. Robert Oppenheimer as it comes to Santa Fe Opera, a short drive from Los Alamos.
The world’s most famous pianist, who has been largely out of commission with an arm injury for more than a year, returns on Friday.
After abruptly leaving a post in Turin, the Italian maestro will be the new general music director of the Zurich Opera House.
An energetic British conductor and a venerable German ensemble tussled, brainstormed, and eventually became one of music’s greatest teams.
The New York Philharmonic, alone among the nation’s top orchestras in still requiring female players to perform in skirts or gowns, considers a change.