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Daniel Schlosberg, who wrote his doctoral thesis on Angelo Badalementi’s indelible score for the David Lynch show, has written a piece based on it for the Dover Quartet.
Mr. Pollini’s coming recital is primarily composed of nocturnes and ballades.
A 90-year-old Czech harpsichordist gets long-due grace notes from local filmmakers.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.
From Mahler’s weighty Ninth Symphony to the world premiere of an opera about Steve Jobs, here are 10 festivals around the country for classical and new-music fans.
The Young Concert Artists organization ended its 56th season at Alice Tully Hall with a program of three concertos, with rising stars as soloists.
To celebrate its 60th anniversary, the Schneider Concerts series brought back a vintage Luciano Berio work, and also presented three contemporary pieces.
The conductor Leon Botstein champions a little-known Elgar oratorio in a stirring performance with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
A deeply personal work has been accompanied in recent concerts by reflections on mortality, the planet and the Syrian refugee crisis.
A new soprano’s arrival at the Met Opera and the return great baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky were among the highlights.