On Sunday, May 26 at 9 p.m., HBO will premiere "Behind the Candelabra," director Steven Soderbergh's eagerly anticipated biopic of Mr.
Classical audiences today are a relatively well-behaved bunch, rarely uttering a harsh word at a piece of music they find confusing or offensive.
In his dual capacity as conductor- pianist, Andras Schiff proved that an extraordinary instrumentalist can, exceptionally, be also an outstanding conductor, in the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra's matinee concert last week.
Colorado Symphony Orchestra artistic adviser Andrew Litton conducts a dress rehearsal of the group's production of Giuseppe Verdi's "Requiem" in February.
An image from the 2013 production of Le Sacre du Printemps by the Joffrey Ballet, Chicago, reflects the hard jumps and stamps of Vaslav Nijinsky's original choreography.
The film for this work is La Belle et la Bete ; and the composition is as much a departure from the conventional sense of opera as was Glass' pioneering Einstein on the Beach .
One of the most highly acclaimed musicals in Broadway history will touch down in the West Island in coming days when the West Island Student Theatre Association presents their version of 'Gypsy,' the story of former burlesque star Gypsy Rose Lee and her relationship with her mother - the ultimate stage mom.
The first session of the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition is much too early to spot any trends, but at least by early afternoon Friday high competence seemed assured, and already one competitor went beyond that.
Dawn Upshaw can hardly believe that her six-year stint as an artistic partner at the St.
JUST over a year ago Jonathan Antoine and Charlotte Jaconelli were just a couple of teenagers who liked to sing.
The festival founded in Charleston by the late composer Gian Carlo Menotti opens Friday on the steps of Charleston City Hall with a brass fanfare, speeches and a shower of confetti.
Hundreds of young musicians will pay tribute to the Valley's Mexican culture Sunday at the Saroyan Theatre by playing an original mariachi piece filled with live dancers, audience participation and famous gritos.
Five-time Tony Award-winning theatre icon and frequent small screen and big screen player Audra McDonald talks about her sensational new Broadway-themed album, GO BACK HOME and takes us behind the creation of some tracks in particular with some fascinating behind-the-scenes clips just released by Nonesuch.
Proud leader: Armand Diangenda is the founder of the Democratic Republic of Congo's Orchestre Symphonique Kimbanguiste de Kinshasa Nathalie is a single mum who struggles to clothe her little boy and pay the rent.
Edo de Waart, an SPCO artistic partner, opens the chamber orchestra's 2013-14 season in September, with music of Beethoven.
The festival, which runs from July 21-27, is one of the largest free music events in Wales, and relies solely on audience donations and sponsorship.