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A growing number of performing arts venues offer programs for families affected by autism spectrum disorder. It's helping some orchestras demonstrate their relevance.
A new album of chamber music from composer Yotam Haber draws on themes of modernist sculpture, Italian Jewish Chant and the Baroque doctrine of the affections.
Classical music's spring awards season is underway, with last week's Pulitzer Prize announcement and now, two sets of accolades from the world of opera.
Join us Thursday, April 30 at 8 pm for as Sir John Eliot Gardiner leads the English Baroque Soloists and the Monteverdi Choir in Monteverdi's Vespers.
This May, Q2 Music and the Library of Congress join forces to bring you audio from the storied institution's longstanding series of commissions and world premieres.
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.
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