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The Passion and the Beauty: Why Easter Music Will Send a Shiver up Your Spine
Easter is one of those times of year when even the most irregular churchgoers can feel impelled to don their Sunday best and attend a service. This joyful highpoint of ...
Theater Review: ‘Kiss Me, Kate’
NEW YORK—“Kiss Me, Kate,” one of the most beloved shows in the musical theater canon, makes a welcome ...
April 16, 2019
Early Music Specialist Bridget Cunningham on Re-capturing Handel
This year's London Handel Festival focused on the theme "Handel's Divas"; yet the word "diva," in fact, was not used ...
April 16, 2019
Richard Burbage: Shakespeare’s Leading Man and the Reason Hamlet Was Fat
It’s 400 years since the death of Richard Burbage, the first person to play the roles of Hamlet, ...
April 11, 2019
Can Music Shape Your Soul?
Music expresses the quintessence of life and its events. It is precisely this universality that gives music the ...
April 9, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Surely Goodness and Mercy’
NEW YORK—Set in Newark, New Jersey, Chisa Hutchinson's new play "Surely Goodness and Mercy," presented by the Keen ...
April 8, 2019
Celebrating Richard Tucker and More With the Met Opera Guild
Richard Tucker began his career at the Metropolitan Opera in 1945, before it even came to its Lincoln ...
April 5, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Juno and the Paycock’
NEW YORK—"Juno and the Paycock," the second play in the Irish Rep's season of three major Sean O'Casey ...
April 2, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Vilna’
NEW YORK—Every choice a person makes is a test of his or her mettle. Yet when a choice ...
April 1, 2019
Berlioz’s ‘Requiem’: Sincerity Runs Through It
Friday, March 8, 2019, was the 150th anniversary of the death of Hector Berlioz, and commemorations included a ...
April 1, 2019
Bringing the Magic of Opera Right Into Schools
Each year, Opera Saratoga packs up one production into one van and brings it directly to thousands of ...
March 26, 2019
Theater Review: ‘The Mother’
NEW YORK—The turmoil of a confused, failing mind is examined in French playwright Florian Zeller's "The Mother." Translated by ...
March 26, 2019
Shen Yun Is Divine Culture
According to legend, the Yellow Emperor founded the Chinese civilization in 2697 B.C. He is said to have ...
March 25, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’
NEW YORK—It was a decision of genius for The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene to transfer this production of ...
March 24, 2019
Secret Masses, Setting Faith Into Music, and the English Reformation
When England's King Henry VIII broke from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century, it was as ...
March 21, 2019
‘Dido and Aeneas’ at the Met Museum
Henry Purcell's Baroque masterpiece "Dido and Aeneas" is one of the most famous English operas. The last aria, ...
March 20, 2019
From Bach to the Beatles: Ottawa Chamberfest Announces Diverse 2019 Lineup
“Bursting with celebration” is how Ottawa Chamberfest describes its 2019 lineup, featuring unique collaborations, international artists, and renowned ...
March 19, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Alice by Heart’
NEW YORK—One of the greatest joys of fantasy is the escape it brings from the everyday world. But when ...
March 18, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Sea Wall/A Life’
NEW YORK—There is no way to prepare for dealing with death, as inevitable or unexpected as it might ...
March 11, 2019
Theater Review: ‘The Shadow of a Gunman’
NEW YORK—Set in Dublin in 1920 during the height of the Irish War of Independence between the British ...
March 9, 2019
NTD International Piano Competition Takes a Different Approach to Repertoire
Fairly new as far as major classical music competitions go, the New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television International Piano ...
March 8, 2019
Magnificat: Women’s Voices in Celebration of Saint Mary
A Magnificat is a canticle, a Latin word that means "magnify," and in this context "My soul magnifies ...
March 8, 2019
Shen Yun Principal Dancer Piotr Huang
Majestic, self-disciplined, and stunningly refined—Piotr Huang’s dancing leaves audiences breathless. Even when performing incredibly challenging leaps and flips, ...
March 7, 2019
Composers Are Under No Threat From Artificial Intelligence
Chinese technology company Huawei has not had particularly good press recently. Countries including Australia have excluded it from construction of ...
March 5, 2019
Through a child’s eyes: ‘Alice in Wonderland’ returns to the stage
TORONTO–Children have the tendency to explore the world with wonder—they see and understand life with a pure and ...
March 1, 2019
When Editing Unfinished Music Needs to Be Done
Unfinished works of art have long had a poetic allure. Such works are attractive to us today, in part, ...
February 26, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Maverick’
NEW YORK—Video producer Frank Beacham has based his play “Maverick" on experiences he had with the late Orson ...
February 25, 2019
Mexican Police Detain Hundreds of Central American Migrants
The Associated Press
Kudlow: Socialism Brings Poverty, Not Prosperity
Ethical Storm Brewing for Congressional Progressive Caucus
Supreme Court to Consider Transgender Employment Rights Cases
Supreme Court Justices Seem to Split on Adding Citizenship Question to Census
Kushner Says Russia Investigations, Speculation Damaged US More Than Russia Did
Trump Disparages Media in Barrage of Tweets Post-Mueller Report
Sri Lanka Warned of Threat Hours Before Suicide Attacks
Former FBI Official: Clinton Emails Found in Obama White House
In Unprecedented Case, Pharmaceutical Distributor Faces Criminal Charges Over Opioid Crisis