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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.
“Demon” by Anton Rubinstein, better known as a virtuoso 19th-century pianist, is getting a rare production at the Bard SummerScape festival.
The artist’s former Manhattan home is the best place to view his work, and the French actress shines in a new Claire Denis film.
Two New York concerts, including a rare performance of the opera “Intolleranza 1960,” celebrate a composer who lived and wrote boldly.
A Leon Botstein lecture and a Brentano String Quartet performance on Sunday explored this pathbreaking composer’s experiments with a new language.
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.