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Arlene Sierra’s “Bird Symphony” to take flight with Utah Symphony – Apr 15, 2022

This season the Utah Symphony seems to be encouraging audience members […]

George Crumb 1929-2022 – Feb 07, 2022

George Crumb, a composer whose music connected the long tradition of […]

After two years, J’Nai Bridges returns to the stage, making her Florida debut as Carmen – Jan 28, 2022

After a string of pandemic delays, 2022 looks like a breakout […]

As a new season opens, Susan Danis marks a decade leading Florida Grand Opera – Jan 19, 2022

When the curtain rises on Florida Grand Opera’s production of Andre […]

Bernard Haitink, 1929-2021 – Oct 23, 2021

Bernard Haitink passed away Thursday at his home in London, aged […]

As Thomas Sleeper battles a major illness, his reputation as teacher, conductor and composer endures – Jul 07, 2021

The conductor Thomas Sleeper stood before the University of Miami’s student […]

Chicago Opera Theater to premiere expanded version of Sankaram’s “Taking Up Serpents” – Feb 26, 2021

Chicago Opera Theater continues its adventurous digital season with a streamed […]

Seraphic Fire looks to the past for a pandemic season – Nov 06, 2020

The composers of Medieval and Renaissance Europe knew something about epidemics, […]

Wu Han, Lincoln Center Chamber Society retool for a virtual broadcast season – Oct 23, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic canceled the end of last season and […]

What will the fall music season look like? Smaller, less epic and more soloistic—if it happens – May 13, 2020

The deadly Covid-19 pandemic continues to cut a swathe across the […]