The Paris-based company Théâtre de la Ville brings a blend of five Ionesco plays to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Jeremy Geffen, part of Carnegie’s artistic planning team for 12 years, will lead Cal Performances at the University of California, Berkeley.
One writer embarked on a two-week marathon of “Messiahs,” hearing merits in each and seeing how the piece changes from one setting to the next.
The superstar soprano gave her solo debut at Carnegie Hall, complete with vocal dazzle, carefully stylized poses, and flowers.
The Russian opera diva, who makes her Carnegie Hall solo recital debut on Sunday, goes above and beyond, both onstage and on Instagram.
As part of his season-long residency at Carnegie Hall, the mandolinist, vocalist and radio personality made a virtue of intimacy.
Several major American orchestras have recently played Mahler’s Fifth. Boston’s rendition didn’t quite convince.
Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony resonated with an attack on a synagogue in the orchestra’s first tour with Semyon Bychkov as its music director.
In her first of six Perspectives series concerts at Carnegie Hall, the pianist showed what she was capable of beyond war-horse concertos.