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Through the great Polish composer, finding a deeper understanding and appreciation of a city that is an oft-overlooked gold mine for budget travelers.
Watching divas, impresarios, maestros and virtuosos navigate music’s grandest summer festival shows how the classical landscape has changed.
Stung by Mr. Dudamel’s recent statements, the Venezuelan government called off his concerts next month with the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela.
Innovations that have enlivened offshoot programs at the Mostly Mozart festival in recent years infused some of the festival orchestra’s concerts.
A work by the Arkansas-born composer Florence Price, and a performance by Vikingur Olafsson were among the highlights.
Markus Hinterhäuser trades his piano bench for an impresario’s chair at one of classical music’s grandest, and most important, festivals.
Lou Harrison, who died in 2003, is celebrated for his iconoclasm. But, our critic writes, he should also be recognized as a modern musical master.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.
Our critic’s visit to the Boston Symphony’s home in the Berkshires began with Purcell’s 17th-century “Fairy Queen” and ended with a work from 2015.
À mon chevet is a series of posts featuring a quote from whatever book is on my nightstand at the moment.
By the beginning of September, Lucien had ceased to be a printer’s foreman; he was M. de Rubempré, housed sumptuously in comparison with his late quarters in the tumbledown attic with the dormer-window, where “young Chardon” had lived in L’Houmeau; he was not even a “man of L’Houmeau”; he