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James Levine, the Metropolitan Opera's music director, has withdrawn from all performances at the Met for the rest of the year after falling while on vacation in Vermont and damaging a vert…
James Levine, the Metropolitan Opera's music director, has received two previously undisclosed back operations since the spring.
when temperatures push into the upper 90s, as happened on Thursday for a rehearsal of "Sweeney Todd" at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Va., a whole new set of concerns arises to make sure the sopranos…
More fallout from the company's turmoil.
The soprano Deborah Voigt, known for portraying Strauss and Wagner heroines, will be packing heat in the title role of “Annie Get Your Gun” at the Glimmerglass Opera Festival.
The New York City Opera's musicians, chorus, stage directors and stage managers have a dim view of the company's plans for the future, and have repeatedly staged protests to make their displ…
Opera fans have been waiting for months to hear the company's plans for next season, especially since its general manager and artistic director, George Steel, announced in May that City Oper…
New York City Opera musicians protest to keep the financially troubled orchestra from moving from its Lincoln Center home.
The orchestra will perform with the tenor Andrea Bocelli on Sept. 15 on Central Park's Great Lawn, a special event outside its usual parks series.
Few contributions and rising costs force a suspension of operations.
The move is part of a reorganization plan for the troubled company.
The move comes amid much uncertainty at the company.
The American Guild of Musical Artists tries to block the company's planned move from Lincoln Center.
The move heralds possible links between the institutions.
New York City Opera has announced it is leaving Lincoln Center for undetermined locations in New York City next season.
A technical problem left an estimated 175,000 people sitting in movie theaters around the world (and nearly 4,000 people at the Metropolitan Opera itself) twiddling their thumbs while waitin…
Ricardo Morales and the New York Philharmonic have finally closed the deal.
Peter Gelb, the Met's general manager, said in a message to the company that the decision was based on a recent advisory from the State Department.
For the third season in a row, the Metropolitan Opera is offering recitals instead of full scale operas for it's free summer parks series.
The orchestra was tentatively planning to go in June, but no charter planes big enough to take it were available.
Joseph Bertolozzi, who has created music by harvesting percussive sounds from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Mid-Hudson Bridge near Poughkeepsie, N.Y., said he received approval for a similar pro…
Neither side would comment on the terms, but it is likely that the musicians would take large pay cuts.
Six letters by Frédéric Chopin went on display this week at the Chopin museum in Warsaw after having been lost from view since the early years of World War II.
The pianist Maurizio Pollini has canceled a United States recital tour because of illness, Carnegie Hall said in a statement on Wednesday.
The Metropolitan Opera said on Monday that Mr. Levine, who is music director of both the Met and the symphony, will cut back on opera performances in the spring.
Marthe Keller has withdrawn from the opera because of illness.
Carnegie Hall has posted a list of organizations accepting relief money for Japan.
The Aspen Music Festival and School, a rite of passage for many of the nation's leading musicians but an institution fraught with dissension in the recent past, has hired the conductor Rober…
The family of the Metropolitan Opera bass Cesare Siepi is holding a celebration of his life at the Bruno Walter Auditorium on Saturday.
Mr. Gergiev missed Wednesday's performance of "Boris Godunov" and was to have returned for Saturday's matinee.
The orchestra late Thursday announced its inaugural concerts at the hall, which is due for completion this spring and has yet to be named.