"When did MAC start making the shade 'Blow-Job Red'?"
A single YouTube concert from dozens of YouTube singers.
So far only those who saw 'Tosca' live got to be outraged — or to be outraged at the outrage.
Oops: The company has been granted travel licenses, but the folks financing the excursion aren't allowed in.
"I hope the Met's Peter Gelb is already trying to figure out how soon he can scrap this staging."
“The production made no sense!”
Classical stalwart WQXR is sold, but we've got much greater problems.
Just in case any classical-music fans ever get sick of Flight Control or Stick Wars.
The Composer Is Dead Author Lemony Snicket on His Parents’ Fear of Accordions and Why Gallows Humor Is for Kids
"They really expressed a fear that when I started to play the accordion my life would be in danger."
The redesign may prove to be far more than an acoustical achievement.
She speaks to us about being an apprentice to her father and hanging with George Harrison.
The video-sharing Website is holding auditions for a non-virtual orchestra.
A former high-ranking staff member says declaring bankruptcy is 'a real possibility and perhaps a good option.'
The Metropolitan Opera is launching its own video-on-demand service.
How could she play a long scene opposite Thomas Hampson almost as if he weren’t there?
Welcome to the beginning of the end.
The conductor has jilted a besotted New York Philharmonic not just once or twice, but three times.