Summer is the slow season for Broadway, but it’s high season for theater festivals. New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood explains why.
The Metropolitan Opera won't comment on the terms of the contracts reached with its two largest unions. But sources with the unions have been sharing details.
In memory of Licia Albanese, who died last week, we've uncovered this gem from the archives: an all-Puccini concert featuring Albanese with the tenor Richard Tucker,
A new film raises one the perennial challenges actors face when playing classical musicians: how to look convincing in performance scenes.
After Wagner espoused "The Music of the Future," the Italian Futurist movement glorified speed and industry. Do these qualities make good art?
Tonight at 9 pm, the quintet WindSync aims to "channel the boy band mentality," as they explain on this encore episode of the Showcase.
As Scotland debates secession, Nicola Benedetti celebrates its musical heritage. Plus a new take on Fauré's Requiem.
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