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Review: Depth, Not Controversy, Lingers After Klinghoffer

Despite a demonstration across from Lincoln Center—and interruptions from hecklers—"The Death of Klinghoffer" production captured its many layers, writes David Patrick Stearns.

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Q2 Music Album of the Week

Tristan Perich and Vicky Chow Rebuild the Piano Concerto

With "Surface Image," composer Tristan Perich has created his most emotionally affective work to date, balancing 1-bit electronics with large-scale form and virtuosic human performance.

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Operavore

Protesters Disrupt Opening of The Death of Klinghoffer

"The Death of Klinghoffer" was greeted Monday night at the Metropolitan Opera by several disruptions from hecklers as well as a huge applause for the work’s composer, John Adams.

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Video: One Conductor Wasn't Enough For This Ives Performance

Charles Ives, who was born 140 years ago Monday, wrote a Fourth Symphony that ultimately required three conductors to harness its size and complexity.

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