We take a look at Puccini’s visits and premieres, as his “Il Trittico” returns to the Metropolitan Opera, where it had its premiere a century ago.
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The Boston Symphony Orchestra has announced its plans for next summer at Tanglewood, its bucolic summer home in the Berkshires.
The music of Florence Price, who reached a milestone in 1933 but spent decades in obscurity, will be published by G. Schirmer.
The Austrian festival has announced that operas exploring the myths of Oedipus, Medea and Orpheus will be on the bill next summer.
The conductor Daniel Barenboim is visiting with his West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, made up of musicians from Israel and the Arab world.
The music Gould used for his 1981 recording of Bach’s “Goldberg” Variations offers a window onto his studio work after he stopped performing live.
The tenor Michael Fabiano wed Bryan McCalister at the Metropolitan Opera House, where they met in 2017 after Mr. Fabiano’s performance in “La Traviata.”
William Preucil, the violinist fired by the Cleveland Orchestra amid sexual misconduct accusations, plays on Suzuki lesson recordings. He will be replaced.
A new documentary, “Maria by Callas,” includes colorized footage of the diva singing two of her greatest roles: Norma and Tosca.