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Lucy Morganstern, a violinist with the American Ballet Theater orchestra and the American Symphony Orchestra, has a side practice conducting memorial ceremonies for deceased pets.
The White Light Festival, which strives to explore the power of music and the arts to reveal a spiritual dimension, enters its fifth year with an enticing lineup.
Anne-Sophie Mutter will play the opening concert at Carnegie Hall, while Christian Tetzlaff kicks off the season at the 92nd Street Y.
The Atlanta Symphony’s music director and principal guest conductor urge management to acknowledge the players’ concessions.
A critical guide to classical music performances and festivals in New York City.
After a near collapse, the San Diego Opera is engaging in a rescue mission, hoping to prove that opera can still thrive not only in San Diego but across the country.
The conductor on political incorrectness in the Bible and spiking French food with chiles.
With Alexander Pereira leaving for La Scala after three summers as the Salzburg Festival’s artistic director, the festival has an opportunity to redefine its identity.
The New York Chamber Music Festival has stepped up during the early September lull in the classical music calendar with innovative programs at Symphony Space.
The Philharmonie de Paris, set to open in January 2015 as the new home of the Orchestre de Paris, faces questions about its cost, location and programming.