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After seven years as president, the longtime educator Robert Sirota will step down to concentrate on his composing.
The Opera Orchestra of New York's concert performance of Verdi's "Simon Boccanegra" scheduled for March 7 at Avery Fisher Hall because of a "loss of funding."
On Tuesday, the Juilliard School is announcing a $20 million gift to endow its graduate-level program in historical performance.
The ensemble Tafelmusik offers "The Galileo Project."
The New Creations Festival packs 'em in.
The event, a benefit concert for Doctors Without Borders in Haiti, was part of a tour by the ensemble that began on Sunday at the Cathedral of St. Paul in Boston and ends on Thursday at the …
In a joint statement with Mr. Muti and officials of the orchestra, two cardiologists at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Donald Lloyd-Jones and Bradley P. Knight, rep…
Hélène Grimaud gave a performance with Atka, a wolf, to raise funds for the Wolf Conservation Center.
In two concerts he'll conduct only the second half of each program.
Watching Scala's 'Rheingold' at Symphony Space.
The conductor James Levine pulls off his two-city, two-performance day, but a broadcast of one of those productions wasn't so glitch-free.
Let me tell you about the Rhine Valley, Nibelheim and other godly haunts of German myth, at least as seen from Times Square on Monday evening, as the Metropolitan Opera beamed in its new hig…