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Must Be The Bourbon: Inclusive Classical Music In Kentucky

In Louisville, the vision of "golden age of orchestral music" may be close at hand.

►Performing Arts and Politics: Trying to See the Future

Could the National Endowment for the Arts be defunded -- and affect performing arts?

Carnegie Hall Celebrates 125 Years of Great Performances

Explore the history of Carnegie Hall as it celebrates its 125th anniversary

More on Politics, Theater Capacity and the Edifice Complex

Build the church for Easter Sunday or for the whole year?

Baumol’s Cost Disease Is Killing Me!

Make no mistake about it: time is short.

Listen to a Nonprofit Consultant Speak!

Great stories after 30 years working in and around the performing arts.

The Performance of the Audience: A Review

Why are some behaviors acceptable and others forbidden?

Queen For a Day: Mariella Devia Reigns in “Roberto Devereux”

As Elisabeth I, the Italian soprano schooled Carnegie Hall in bel canto singing.

Nashville Jazz Community Honors Billy Adair

Remembering the outstanding arranger, guitarist/bassist, bandleader and instructor.

Premiere of Ben Folds Piano Concerto at Nashville Symphony

The composer's diverse sources energized the audience.

Happy New Year from Vienna!

From Barenboim to "punk ballet," Mozart's home welcomes 2014.

Frank Sinatra, Jr. (and Don’t You Forget It!)

Singing each lyric as if it were the first time.

Will “Bullets Over Broadway” Shoot Close? Plus Two Blind Items

Sexy boy-toys vs. handsome young companions

Tight Economy Foils Reprise, Symphony Gets Reprieve

LA theatre shutting doors, but Nashville orchestra stays afloat.

Sparkling Festivals and Dark History

Arts celebrations buffer revelations of wartime Nazis in the Vienna Philharmonic.

On the Future of American Symphonies

Frumpy programming doesn't make for successful orchestras.

NSO pays tribute to Martin Luther King

The Nashville Symphony Orchestra's concert was poignant and powerful.