British musical traditions are evoked in two new scores by British composers. Hear both tonight at 9 pm.
Composer Julia Wolfe’s oratorio “Anthracite Fields” questions how we contribute to the environmental disaster that is coal mining.
Valentina Lisitsa, the pianist known for her barbed Twitter commentary, has found a way to perform around Toronto after all.
Henrik Ibsen's high-octane dramas and occasional comedies are the stuff of opera, writes Fred Plotkin. So why aren't there more adaptations?
Feasts for the eye can be found at every turn in the Whitney Museum of American Art's new downtown space. But museum officials want to offer a buffet for the ears too.
We're celebrating William Shakespeare's 451st birthday, observed this Thursday, with featured albums spanning Elizabethan lute songs and a selection of light comedy overtures.
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