Hear the virtuoso Jennifer Koh work with three composers on new collaborations.
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Jody Oberfelder’s production of “Zaubernacht” is the first in New York since 1925. The world has changed a lot since then; so has the work’s story.
Lili Chopra, a creative force behind festivals at the French Institute Alliance Française, will be a leader of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
“Unmasked,” a 500-page doorstop out this week, tells rich stories about the projects he never made — and the childhood feline that inspired “Cats.”
“Pan,” a genre-defying work for the flutist Claire Chase and mass participation, is as much about community building as it is about music.
Table-tennis-playing soloists swing paddles, hand drums, small gongs and even a wine glass in Andy Akiho’s unconventional concerto, “Ricochet.”
Mr. Muhly explains why he picked the opening of a song from the film score “Étoile Polaire” as his favorite gem from the Glass archive.
Nora Chipaumire, Will Rawls and Kathy Westwater have been chosen as the inaugural class of fellows at the dance center, which opens in July.
The beloved ballet, selections from which will be performed by the New York Philharmonic this week, left the composer broken.
The theater’s Off-Center series, which Mr. Friedman led until his death last year, will stage his 2003 musical “Gone Missing” in July.