The countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo has planned an all-star art-clothes-dance-video spectacle to accompany the release of his new album, “ARC.”
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The Crossing, led by Donald Nally, presented a site-specific, politically charged program, “Of Arms and the Man,” in the ornate Park Avenue Armory.
“Hatuey: Memory of Fire,” through Sunday at Montclair State University, tells the story of a 16th-century uprising in a 1930s Havana nightclub.
Anton Reicha, who met Beethoven when they were teenagers, was a composer and theorist whose works are being recorded by the pianist Ivan Ilic.
Chamber music conventions dictate that on the rare occasion that a viola gets the melody, it’s facing the wrong way.
Rimsky-Korsakov, his style and career guided by an inferiority complex, is the subject of this year’s Bard Music Festival.
Ashley Fure’s throbbing “The Force of Things,” having its New York premiere, renders scarily palpable the threat posed by climate change.
The Marlboro Music School and Festival offers participants in its chamber groups a commodity that has become only more precious: time.
Michael Hersch’s latest piece, “I hope we get a chance to visit soon,” includes settings of emails he exchanged with a friend dying of the disease.