If you’ve taken an exercise class or two over the years, you’ve probably heard quite a variety of music while pedaling away on a stationary bike, pounding on a punching bag, or performing other sweat-inducing moves. Some people don’t much care what’s on the sound system during class; they’re just in it for fitness. Others, myself included, find it impossible to […]
11:00 PM Manfred Honeck, conductor ROSSINI: Overture to Guillaume Tell HAYDN: Symphony No. 93 STRAUSS: Ein Heldenleben
At the opening night of Mostly Mozart, the festival’s orchestra performed the “Don Giovanni” Overture, a Mozart piano concerto and the “Jupiter” Symphony.
11:00 PM Gustavo Dudamel, conductor John CORIGLIANO: Symphony No. 1 BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2 in D Major BRAHMS: Variations on a theme by Paganini
An adaptation of the novel “An American Tragedy” is among the operas being performed during the Glimmerglass Festival.
Set in Mexico around 1960, Stephen Lawless’s production of Bizet’s “Carmen” is cinematic in its presentation by the Santa Fe Opera.
Mr. Mazzola expanded the reach of the performing arts center, helping to start free outdoor events and the “Live From Lincoln Center” television series.
11:00 PM Conductors: Sir Mark Elder; Susanna Mälkki Sibelius: Suite No. 1 from The Tempest Stravinsky: Violin Concerto in D Major(Leila Josefowicz, violin) Ades: …but all shall be well Debussy: La Mer Dvorak: The Water Goblin (Sir Mark Elder,conductor)
The Metropolitan Opera’s orchestra, chorus, stage crews, hair and makeup stylists, cleaners and more are facing a grim deadline in contract talks.
Weber’s seldom-performed “Euryanthe” is being revived at the Bard SummerScape festival, with Leon Botstein conducting the American Symphony Orchestra.