As the orchestra’s storied brass section breaks in two young musicians, listen to what has made it so renowned.
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The grand summer event in Austria will mark its centennial with 44 days of operas and concerts, and a dose of modernism.
The soprano, who died in September, will be remembered on Nov. 24 with performances, remarks and video highlights of her storied career.
Deborah F. Rutter built a major expansion at Washington’s venerable arts complex. Now she wants more people to come.
The Metropolitan Opera’s new music director will lead its prestigious training program, which is recovering from a scandal with his predecessor.
With its new Sunday matinees, the Metropolitan Opera now mounts four productions between Friday and Sunday. It isn’t easy.
After an outcry, the station decided to continue to air its influential, eclectic new music program, which has been a tastemaker since 1982.
Peoples’ Symphony Concerts quietly offers Carnegie Hall-quality artists for less than a Manhattan movie ticket. Or even a large popcorn.
With Chad Smith leaving to lead that orchestra, Ara Guzelimian will return as artistic director of the Ojai Music Festival.