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A look at the men and women whose creations laid the foundations for shows like “Tootsie,” “The Cher Show” and “Network.”
A $250,000 donation to Opera Orchestra of New York.
Peter Stein, a German opera director, said he had been offended by his treatment after applying for a U.S. visa.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" showed on a large screen as an orchestra and chorus performed the film score by Howard Shore live at Radio City Music Hall Friday night.
HD technology and movie theater broadcasts are changing the way performing arts are produced.
The new work is by Christopher Theofanidis.
In addition, she wants the Lyric to present American musicals, starting with “Oklahoma!” in the spring of 2013 and will give her thoughts on casting and future shows.
The union files an unfair labor practice charge.
The New York Philharmonic's digital archive, which went live on Thursday, contains a wealth of documents from 1943 to 1970.
Illness will keep Matthew Polenzani out of tonight's Metropolitan Opera production of "Don Pasquale."
A three-year overall average drop is a positive trend in the eyes of the Met.
The soprano Anna Netrebko is ill and has pulled out of Saturday's matinee at the Metropolitan Opera.
"Ocean's Kingdom," a major orchestral work written by Mr. McCartney, be performed at the company's fall gala on Sept. 22 and on other yet-to-be determined dates next season.
An earlier statement that they are going back to work proves incorrect.
After withdrawing from "Roméo et Juliette" she pulls out of "Faust."
Des McAnuff says the soprano had ample opportunity to raise an objection.
The Met says he still plans to conduct on Saturday afternoon.
The Metropolitan Opera will present free recitals in parks across New York City.
Past winners of the award, which comes with a $30,000 prize, have gone on to be major opera stars.
The soprano Danielle de Niese came for a relaxing evening at the Metropolitan Opera – in the audience – with her husband and parents on Tuesday night. Instead, she found herself onstage.
The project has made available public programs, scores and internal documents from 1943, when Leonard Bernstein made his debut with the orchestra, to 1970, the year after he left as music di…
A $5 million gift from Harriet Heyman and Michael Moritz will help the school's Music Advancement Program.
The Bard College festival is scheduled for July 6-Aug. 18.
Since the New York City Opera left the Koch in 2011, dance has been filling the void.
The Royal Opera in London has asked four composers to write works responding to philosophical questions.
Cory Stearns will dance with the Royal Ballet and the soloist Isabella Boylston will dance in the Royal Danish Ballet's "Nutcracker."
The money will be used to pay off a bank loan, work down a line of credit and finance renovations.
The opera, seeking to shed decades' worth of old sets, costumes and props, has decided to auction off most of the material next month.
Lincoln Center, in announcing the position, stressed Ms. McDonald's ties to the arts complex.
Ms. Packer's 'Women of Will' is scheduled to begin Off Broadway performances on Jan. 27.
Other performers scheduled include Tommy Tune and the Chucho Valdes Quintet.