Leon Botstein has a winner with his latest rescue project at Bard SummerScape: a 19th-century opera, once immensely popular but now obscure.
“Demon” by Anton Rubinstein, better known as a virtuoso 19th-century pianist, is getting a rare production at the Bard SummerScape festival.
The R&B event returns to New Orleans, Debra Granik’s new film arrives and “Inuksuit” comes to Caramoor.
It’s not the Mary Martin vehicle you loved as a child. But Bernstein’s version is getting a rare revival at the Bard SummerScape festival.
From Bernstein centennials at Tanglewood to Mahler in the desert, events across the county you don’t want to miss this season.
A Colorado amphitheater, a Manhattan staircase and a skating rink on Martha’s Vineyard — these are just a few of places to see incredible performances this season.
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.
This Wooster Group production, inspired by Tadeusz Kantor and his play “I Shall Never Return,” is an esoteric project that fails to connect with its audience.