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The conductor returns to Carnegie Hall this season to present a series of concerts, including the opening night gala.
These famous tone poems remain a pristine introduction to classical music.
Texas-born Van Cliburn became an unlikely cultural ambassador during the Cold War.
Hailed as the most successful and influential choreographer alive, Morris’s understanding of the classical repertoire runs deep.
The 2001 Van Cliburn winner reflects on her ongoing quest for new interpretations and sounds.
The musician discusses the pull of Bach, his love for Mozart, and editing the Beethoven sonatas.
The musician talks about the power of music to transcend cultural borders.
The musician is currently touring in Europe.
The musician kicks of her spring tour at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts March 27.
Mutter returns to Carnegie Hall for a March 4 recital, which includes the world premiere of André Previn's The Fifth Season for violin and piano.
The pianist performs Brahms' First Piano Concerto with the New York Philharmonic February 28–March 3.
Alsop holds forth on Americans versus Europeans, the enduring gender gap, and the evolution of the orchestra.
The Israeli mandolinist discusses the rich history of his instrument, crossing genres, embedding nuance, and the artistic persona.
Meet venerable opera singer Rosalind Elias, whose haunting performance of the Stephen Sondheim's Viennese-scented "One More Kiss" is adding texture to Broadway's Follies.