Krzysztof Penderecki 1933-2020 – Apr 02, 2020

Krzysztof Penderecki, one of the most prominent compositional voices in 20th […]

A note on the coronavirus – Mar 15, 2020

Across the country, classical presenters and performing arts organizations are closed […]

Domingo departs “Macbeth” and Met over harassment allegations – Sep 25, 2019

When Macbeth opens tonight at the Metropolitan Opera, it will be without star […]

Ailing Zubin Mehta to skip farewell U.S. tour with Israel Philharmonic – Jan 18, 2019

Conductor Zubin Mehta will not join the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra on […]

Chopin Foundation of US increases top competition prize to $100,000 – Aug 01, 2018

The Miami-based Chopin Foundation of the United States has raised its […]

Utah Arts Review to launch this fall – Jul 17, 2018

I’m delighted to announce the launch of Utah Arts Review, our […]

Musicians accuse Dutoit of predatory sexual behavior; major orchestras cut ties – Dec 21, 2017

UPDATED In yet another case of sexual harassment allegations in the […]

Met severs ties with Levine as two more victims come forward – Dec 03, 2017

The Metropolitan Opera announced Sunday night that it is suspending all […]

James Levine accused of molesting underaged teen during Ravinia tenure – Dec 03, 2017

[Updated] Celebrated conductor James Levine has been accused of molesting a […]

Dmitri Hvorostovsky 1962-2017 – Nov 23, 2017

Dmitri Hvorostovsky, one of the great dramatic baritones of his generation, […]