Nostalgia, force of habit and sometimes sheer laziness play a significant role in the kinds of music, movies and books that we consume on a regular basis.
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The Metropolitan Museum has two new fountains, but some people don't like that they are named after David H. Koch.
Caramoor's Venetian Theater is the setting for a live broadcast Sunday at 4 pm by the Knights chamber orchestra with violin soloist Gil Shaham.
Choosing one recording of the Ninth Symphony is a task that's bound to be controversial. Then add Herbert Von Karajan to the equation.
Four musicians from the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra tell Jeff Spurgeon about how they seek to overcome national and ethnic differences through music.
Swimmers who prefer Brahms with their backstroke may have a new place to take a dip in Midtown Manhattan: the 25th-floor pool of the new Park Hyatt New York.
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