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That sudden blast of warm air felt in New York in early September was not climate change. It was the collective exhalation of hundreds of thousands of relieved opera lovers.
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.
The preserved heart of composer Frederic Chopin contains signs of tuberculosis and possibly some other lung disease, medical experts said Wednesday.
Tibor Rudas, the concert promoter who booked Luciano Pavarotti in venues from Madison Square Garden to a circus tent in Atlantic City, died on September 8.
This week's featured albums focus on two different corners of late 19th century repertory: Dvorak's symphonic music and Wagner's works written and transcribed for piano.
- Experts: Chopin's Heart Shows Signs of TB
- 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