The rising soprano opened her season-long residency at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with slave songs and settings of the words of black artists.
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Preparations for the start of the fall music maelstrom were on the mind of our classical editor.
Our classical music editor offers more than 100 highlights from the coming season.
In “Proving Up,” Missy Mazzoli tries to meet the high expectations set by her seething adaptation of the film “Breaking the Waves.”
Five writers on what made the protean Bernstein, born 100 years ago, one of the most indelible figures in the history of the arts.
A recent adaptation, captured on a new recording, makes a new case for “A Quiet Place,” which has had a rocky history.
The average compensation for a music director at one of the 64 biggest American orchestras has topped $600,000. Why?
The Mostly Mozart Festival presented Bernstein’s amalgam of Catholic liturgy and countercultural energy from 1971. But what does it mean in 2018?
John Adams and Peter Sellars’s opera about J. Robert Oppenheimer opened in Santa Fe, a short drive from where the story takes place.