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Baumol’s Cost Disease Is Killing Me!

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Make no mistake about it: time is short.

“Keanu Fu” at the Grand Mal Ballet

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Innovations within artistic traditions tend to fold in on themselves over time.

5 Bonkers Opera Finales in Honor of the New Met Season

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Opera is neither staid nor dry; the plots can get insane.

Irregular Museums and Questioning Mozart

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From the Art House Museum to the Josephinum, Vienna offers enlightening exhibits. And conductor Harnoncourt examines three of Amadeus's symphonies.

Two Outstanding Performing Artists Leave Us

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Lorin Maazel and Gert Voss both pass away; culture continues to thrive in our city.

New York Musical Theatre Festival Disappoints Musically

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The craft and art of the song is assailed at the annual new-tuner event.

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

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

Celebrating Holidays with Opera and Art

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From live-streaming opera to Art Week 2013, Vienna sparkles with culture.

Christmas with Denyce Graves and Belmont Students on PBS

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Music students rub elbows with an opera star on national TV.

Gotham Chamber Opera Parties Like It’s 1927

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The company sets itself well apart from the competition.

Soprano Claron McFadden: History, Novelty and Continuity

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From 17th century opera to 21st century cabaret, she commands a stage.

Watching Shakespeare and Remembering Wagner

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Vienna also mourns cultural icons, takes on politics.

Andrew Rudin Responds to the Metropolitan Opera

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A composer defends and explains his petition to the Metropolitan Opera.

On Putin, Petitions, Opera, Gay Rights and Cultural Leadership

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Seems to us we've got a McCarthy problem.

Circus Maximus: “Eliogabalo” at The Box

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Gotham Chamber Opera's Cavalli production is zany and fun.

Domingo Shines, “Saliera” Shocks, Kampusch Suffers, and More…

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Crowds rally to Vienna's culture at a creatively diverse time.

“Alles Walzer!”

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Vienna's famous Opera Ball proves both plush and political.

Intrigue! Torture! Death!: Bellini’s “Beatrice di Tenda”

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The Collegiate Chorale performed the gorgeous bel canto opera at Carnegie Hall.

“The Medium” and Small Opera

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Grand opera is great, but un-grand opera takes risks more freely.

Tancredi and Clorinda Battle for Gotham

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Gotham Chamber Opera's season opened with "Orientale" at (Le) Poisson Rouge.
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