From Wagner on, composers have wrestled with uniting grandeur and depth in arcs over multiple works.
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The polymathic artist revisits the making of her 1978 film “Quarry” on the eve of its screening at Anthology Film Archives.
A rare, all too brief run of Weill’s 1941 “musical play,” starring Victoria Clark, shows why the show was a hit in the first place.
Listen to excerpts from the piano solo “Prélude, Toccata et Scherzo,” written in 1944, when the modernist master was just 19.
Ivan Fischer led a two-night engagement at Carnegie Hall that featured celebrated touchstones and rarities by the Hungarian modernist.
In a concert at Miller Theater, part of the Composer Portraits series, the composer and multi-instrumentalist’s music was both sparse and voluptuous.
The veteran composer and instrumentalist was featured in two concerts of his work at the Park Avenue Armory on Wednesday.
A flutist and collaborators present the latest installation of a 23-year initiative.
Aaron Diehl will perform as part of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s weekend-long series “William Grant Still and the Harlem Renaissance.”