Brought in from outside the arts world, Debora L. Spar, formerly the president of Barnard College, is leaving after a short and rough tenure.
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The night after unveiling adventurous plans for his first season as music director of the Philharmonic, Jaap van Zweden disappointed in concert.
A show of donor confidence will help the orchestra staunch its red ink — and roll out its next maestro, Jaap van Zweden. But what about Geffen Hall?
Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic paired Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with Schoenberg’s harrowing “A Survivor From Warsaw.”
The New York Philharmonic gave the New York “premiere” of the piece, written in 1908 and long believed lost.
Alan Gilbert has invited musicians from all over, including Iran and Iraq, who were targets of President Trump’s travel ban, for shows in June.
The dynamic conductor Vladimir Jurowski brought attention to the teeming crosscurrents and disruptions that run through Mahler’s Fourth Symphony.
There is only one Patricia Kopatchinskaja. And she performs Prokofiev with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at David Geffen Hall.
Jenny Heinz, 72, refused to remove a sign affixed to the back of her jacket that said: “NO! In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America.”
The orchestra is dealing with unexpected tumult in its management at a time when it is working toward rebuilding its Lincoln Center home.