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May. 12 2017

Immortal Fingertips: Music Teachers Live On Through Their Students

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The death of a well-loved instructor leads a critic to reflect on how technique and style are passed between generations.

May. 11 2017

Classical Music in NYC This Week

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Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.

May. 11 2017

National Symphony Orchestra names a new, unexpected artistic adviser

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Singer Ben Folds to take on a new role with the orchestra

May. 11 2017

Washington Chorus names new music director

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Christopher Bell, acclaimed conductor of Grant Park and Scottish choruses, will succeed Julian Wachner in Washington.

May. 10 2017

The Music Next Door

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Getting to know a bit about an older neighbor by what drifts through the walls.

May. 10 2017

Review: Can a Busy Yannick Nézet-Séguin Do It All?

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In the middle of an unusually packed schedule, Mr. Nézet-Séguin brought his Philadelphia Orchestra to Carnegie Hall on Tuesday.

May. 10 2017

Calidore String Quartet Comes to New York

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The ensemble will play works by Caroline Shaw and Hannah Lash at the New School, and Mozart at Lincoln Center’s Rose Studio.

May. 09 2017

A Rare Performance of Elgar’s ‘Gigantic Work’

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The conductor Leon Botstein talks about his favorite page from “The Apostles,” the oratorio he leads on Friday at Carnegie Hall.

May. 09 2017

Six Composers Are Ready for Their Miller Theater Portraits

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Bach, American string quartets and a half-dozen living composers will be featured next season at the Miller Theater at Columbia University.

May. 08 2017

Gala shows good face of Met at midlife

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Two critics trade thoughts on the Metropolitan Opera’s snappy 50th anniversary gala

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