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With James Levine suffering health problems, the Metropolitan Opera names David Robertson and Sebastian Weigle as replacements for some performances.
Standard & Poor's affirmed the company’s "A” credit rating and revised its outlook to stable from negative.
Jed Bernstein’s announcement came as a surprise; Katherine Farley, chairwoman of the board, will help keep things running until a successor is found.
Jazz at Lincoln Center will hold the "Jazz and Broadway" gala on May 9.
After this weekend's New York premiere of “Charlie Parker’s Yardbird,” the two institutions will continue to team up to stage contemporary operas over the next few years.
The Harris Theater for Music and Dance will spend $600,000 over three years to allow Mr. Brooks, its new choreographer in residence, to create works for several different dance companies.
New York City Ballet announced Thursday that it would focus on new and recent works next season, including world premieres by Alexei Ratmansky and Justin Peck, and after a notable absence of…
The company will mark its 40th anniversary by presenting four operas on four different Boston stages as it continues to search for a permanent home.
The recipients of the grants — which are given to young musicians or chamber ensembles with the potential for major careers — are the violinists Alexi Kenney, Tessa Lark and Sean Lee; Ja…
Marina Abramovic, Laurie Anderson and Meredith Monk are among the artists who will appear as part of National Sawdust+.
Ms. Kent, a beloved ballerina who danced her final performance with American Ballet Theater last June, will succeed Septime Webre as artistic director in July.
Ana María Martínez will sing the role on Feb. 27 and March 5.
"Champion," a jazz-inflected opera by Terence Blanchard, will be performed by the Washington National Opera during the Kennedy Center season.
Moody's, in maintaining its credit rating for the Metropolitan Opera, notes box-office "softness" but also unusual donor support.
The taxi horns in “An American in Paris” are as famous as any sounds in classical music. But they may have been out of tune for decades.
Mr. Volpe, a former general of the Metropolitan Opera, was named interim managing director of the ballet company while it searches for someone to fill the position.
The event will examine why he was enormously successful but critically underrated.
The production will be part of a season of notable projects including a "Macbeth" set in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The freshman class includes Louis Armstrong, Plácido Domingo, Yo-Yo Ma, Audra McDonald, Leontyne Price and Harold Prince.
The company is to have a three-week engagement at the Théâtre du Châtelet as part of Les Etés de la Danse.
The festival, which will feature 49 performances at seven different venues at Lincoln Center and beyond, will run from July 13 through 31.
Nearly 670 people, who had bought roughly $323,000 worth of tickets for performances that were canceled when City Opera went bankrupt in 2013, will get their money back.
His departure came less than a year after Mr. Perelman was tapped to be the chairman of Carnegie's board, beginning a rocky era of clashes with the hall's administration.
Matthew Aucoin, 25, will conduct and compose, and work with young artists over the next three seasons.
A series of experimental workshop performances re-examining Mr. Gordon's past is also coming.
The choreographer Stephen Petronio, who is beginning a $3 million campaign to establish a choreographic residency program in Pawling, N.Y., announced Thursday that he had received a gift fro…
The institute is to break ground on a new four-building complex in May with help from a $500,000 Empire State Development grant.
Jesse Kovarsky strikes Chagall-worthy poses onstage, while the violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins makes the music come alive in the orchestra pit.
The winners will be Joseph Calleja, Elina Garanca, Waltraud Meier, Anna Netrebko and José van Dam.
“We are setting a new, more nimble course that will allow us to excel in today’s changing arts and culture climate,” Kate Lear, the chairwoman of the troupe's board, said in a statemen…
The New York premiere of "Charlie Parker's Yardbird" will go on, at the Apollo Theater in April, even after the closure of Gotham Chamber Opera, its original presenter.