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An agreement had been reached earlier this week, ending a lockout and nearly a year of bitter negotiations.
The company cleared a major obstacle in its effort to forge ahead in reduced form and without its Lincoln Center home, saying on Wednesday that it had reached agreements with both of its maj…
Alan Gilbert, the conductor of the New York Philharmonic, halted the orchestra and made everyone wait when the cellphone belonging to a member of the audience at Tuesday night's concert bega…
This "Ring" was directed by Francesca Zambello, who was recently named the Washington company's artistic adviser.
The tenor Roberto Alagna will take over the the title role in "Faust" on Monday night, which means he will be singing two major roles in two nights: on Tuesday he is scheduled to appear as C…
The company will close Jan. 1 due to financial problems.
The Park Avenue Armory takes another step to being a major arts institution with the appointment of an artistic director, Alex Poots.
The company, which closed in 2004, will hold auditions to create a new stripped-down troupe of 18 dancers and hopes to return to a New York stage by spring 2013.
Talks on a new contract broke down on Nov. 30, threatening the New York City Opera's upcoming season.
Mr. Levine cancelled the last remaining dates on his schedule and withdrew from all productions he had planned to lead next season.
City Opera's management had made the request after talks fell apart shortly after midnight last Thursday, and union officials had said they were open to the idea.
Despite a technical glitch, the broadcast from Milan was shown at Big Cinemas Manhattan.
The company will set up shop at 75 Broad Street.
New York City Opera announced on Monday that it was seeking the help of a federal mediator to address a deadlock with the unions representing its chorus and orchestra.
The development raises the possibility of a strike by the orchestra and chorus.
Michael Grandage, director of the Donmar Warehouse theater and known to New York audiences this season for his Metropolitan Opera production of Mozart's "Don Giovanni," is striking out on hi…
The National Gallery in London cracks down on ticket-scalping for Leonardo da Vinci exhibit.
Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev are joining the Mikhailovsky Theater in St. Petersburg.
James Taylor will play Bob Cratchit in a production of Charles Dickens' "Christmas Carol" at the Colonial Theater in Pittsfield, Mass., next month.
The conductor James Levine is withdrawing from Wagner's "Götterdämmerung," the final installment of the Metropolitan Opera's new "Ring" cycle.
Siegfried and Brünnhilde are forced to improvise some staging.
A ripple effect results in a new barber for Seville.
He injured his back at rehearsal on Monday and was scratched from Thursday's opening night.
The first lady, Michelle Obama, and the model Iman will be honorary chairs of the opening night gala performance of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at City Center on Nov. 30.
American Ballet Theater is bringing its traditions into a heart of the dance world.
The Kennedy Center announced it would replace the long-maligned organ in its concert hall with a new 5,000-pipe instrument.
The New York City Opera on Monday filled in some blanks in the schedule for its peripatetic season.
Paul Lightfoot, who has spent nearly his entire career with the Nederlands Dans Theater as a dancer and choreographer, has been elevated to artistic director.
Members of the cast of the 50-year-old movie version of Leonard Bernstein's "West Side Story" appeared at the screening.
The New York Philharmonic will perform a recreated score of “West Side Story” at Avery Fisher Hall on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
James Levine, the Metropolitan Opera's music director, has withdrawn from all performances at the Met for the rest of the year after falling while on vacation in Vermont and damaging a vert…