Remembering Ms. Franklin’s last-minute substitution for Luciano Pavarotti at the Grammy Awards was a highlight of the week.
Leon Botstein has a winner with his latest rescue project at Bard SummerScape: a 19th-century opera, once immensely popular but now obscure.
Two New York concerts, including a rare performance of the opera “Intolleranza 1960,” celebrate a composer who lived and wrote boldly.
The festival will take place June 28-Aug. 19 and feature Bernstein’s musical “Peter Pan,” Anton Rubinstein’s opera “The Demon” and a Pam Tanowitz premiere.
The conductor Leon Botstein, a champion of overlooked works, brings Dvorak’s seldom-performed “Dimitrij” to Bard SummerScape.
The conductor Leon Botstein champions a little-known Elgar oratorio in a stirring performance with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
The conductor Leon Botstein talks about his favorite page from “The Apostles,” the oratorio he leads on Friday at Carnegie Hall.
The conductor Leon Botstein will lead a rare performance of Harold Shapero’s masterpiece with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
Led by Leon Botstein, the American Symphony Orchestra performed the 1926 one-act opera “Der Diktator,” with a title character inspired by Mussolini.