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.
New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood offers a review of the bold new play "Bootycandy."
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Four musicians from the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra tell Jeff Spurgeon about how they seek to overcome national and ethnic differences through music.
The violinist Hilary Hahn, usually a mainstay of opening-night orchestra galas, has cancelled performances through September in order to recover from a muscle strain.
Which is more disrespectful: booing during a performance or dressing like you're there to mow the lawn? Blogger Fred Plotkin considers changing rules of etiquette.
For this episode of Q2 Spaces: Season Two, we visit the Detroit home, studio and garden of composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist Shara Worden (My Brightest Diamond).
The most surprising thing about the debut of VIA Records, the label whose arrival is heralded by the release of Anna Clyne's "The Violin," is that it didn't happen long ago.
- Injured Hilary Hahn Cancels Additional Concerts
- Musicians from the Middle East Unite through Music
- Park Hyatt NY Hotel Pool Plays Underwater Classical Music
- As 'Star-Spangled Banner' Turns 200, Five Unusual Classical Versions
- Conductor 'In Shock' Over Plans to Shutter Danish Orchestra