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Baumol’s Cost Disease Is Killing Me!

Make no mistake about it: time is short.

“Keanu Fu” at the Grand Mal Ballet

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

5 Bonkers Opera Finales in Honor of the New Met Season

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

Irregular Museums and Questioning Mozart

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

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

New York Musical Theatre Festival Disappoints Musically

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”

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

Celebrating Holidays with Opera and Art

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

Christmas with Denyce Graves and Belmont Students on PBS

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

Gotham Chamber Opera Parties Like It’s 1927

The company sets itself well apart from the competition.

Soprano Claron McFadden: History, Novelty and Continuity

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

Watching Shakespeare and Remembering Wagner

Vienna also mourns cultural icons, takes on politics.

Andrew Rudin Responds to the Metropolitan Opera

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

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

Seems to us we've got a McCarthy problem.

Circus Maximus: “Eliogabalo” at The Box

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

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

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

“Alles Walzer!”

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

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

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

“The Medium” and Small Opera

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

Tancredi and Clorinda Battle for Gotham

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