This preeminent American ensemble, notable for its chamber-style cohesion and self-effacing virtuosity, starts a four-concert stand as part of the Lincoln Center Festival, led by m…
It might be difficult for patrons in Edward Scissorhands costumes to get past security at Avery Fisher Hall.
The conductor Michael Tilson Thomas returns to New York with another of the ensembles with which he has had career-long associations.
Yannick Nézet-Séguin, music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra, brings his other orchestra to Avery Fisher Hall for two classics of Romanticism.
For his first New York recital appearance in seven years, this great violinist is joined by the pianist Rohan De Silva for an eclectic program of Schumann’s “Fantasiest…
The day before his 1991 work, “The Death of Klinghoffer,” opens at the Metropolitan Opera, John Adams leads the Yale Philharmonia and the Brentano String Quartet in his…
Since 1975, when the great Brooklyn-born tenor Richard Tucker died, the foundation initiated in his name has fostered the careers of emerging American singers and brought opera to …
How much Charlie Chaplin really wrote the score for “Modern Times” is debatable, but the genius of his 1936 reflection on industry and the Depression is not.
Once again the Philharmonic begins a new season with the Art of the Score film series.
The festivities kick off this year with the premiere of John Luther Adams’s “Sila: The Breath of the World,” a site-specific work inspired by Inuit traditions.
After the new-music intensity of the Biennial and the rigor of the Beethoven piano concertos, the Philharmonic lightens up with this popular series, directed and narrated by Bramwe…
There is a lot going on here, in the orchestra’s last subscription concerts of the season.
In the closing days of the Philharmonic’s inaugural celebration of new music, Mr.
Alan Gilbert conducts the Philharmonic, accompanied by the violinist Midori, in this new work by Mr.
One of the most dependable conductor-ensemble pairings in classical music is Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra.
Bang on a Can presents Julia Wolfe’s “Anthracite Fields,” an oratorio for instrumental ensemble and eight-part chorus inspired by the coal-mining legacy of Pennsy…
This respected, vibrant Russian ensemble, led by the violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov, plays Vivaldi, Boccherini, Rossini and Tchaikovsky on Friday, and on Sunda…
Gustavo Dudamel, who was to have conducted the New York Philharmonic this week in Vivier’s “Orion” and Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony, has the flu and has been r…
Sondheim’s classic tale of murderous intent arrives at C too in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle, home to many a murderous event itself.
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