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2014/07/30 16:38
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When Frederic Chopin played the piano, the ladies swooned. So did much of Europe. Robert Schumann, on hearing the great 19th-century composer perform, responded with one of the most ringing...
2014/07/30 16:38
2014/07/30 16:38
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2014/07/30 11:48
2014/07/30 11:48
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NEW YORK CITY — The crushing crowds, heavy traffic and noise pollution can make even the toughest New Yorkers crave some peace and quiet. Though it sometimes seems hard to believe, there are a few...
2014/07/29 11:26
2014/07/29 11:26
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One of the ways in which New York City Opera earned its nickname as the People’s Opera was through its lavish attention to homegrown composers. The postwar glory years of American high culture...
2014/07/28 18:14
2014/07/28 18:14
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As a composer, Chris Brubeck — bassist, trombone player and the late Dave Brubeck's son — always had an affinity for working with orchestras and exploring the boundaries between classical music and...
2014/07/26 14:09
2014/07/26 14:09
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... do you mean “may be”?’ Victor’s voice is rising. ‘We’re gaining two now?’ Lilian ignores the interruption. ‘Great-grandchildren we have 22. They were twins, the last two.’ She pauses. ‘There...
2014/07/25 14:49
2014/07/25 14:49
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Swan Lake 4 by ABT Photo: MIRA At the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, three American sailors on a 24-hour shore leave cartwheel onto the stage, swing past a lamppost, swagger into a bar, and...
2014/07/24 18:31
2014/07/24 18:31
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At about 10, Hershey Felder had to make a decision that would change his life: Pick acting or pick the piano. He chose to tickle the ivories. “You can’t fake this,” the genial Canadian-born performer...
2014/07/24 02:24
2014/07/24 02:24
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We would like to think that the variety of artistic endeavors happening this week will counteract the comparatively awful acts of human behavior being displayed elsewhere. You know what I'm referring...
2014/07/21 16:18
2014/07/21 16:18
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Deep in Brooklyn’s interior lies Green-Wood Cemetery, one of the largest and most prominent burial grounds in the United States. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Green-Wood was a premier final...
2014/07/18 03:18
2014/07/18 03:18
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Just call it the annual July Theater Bonanza. While other cities tend to become cultural ghost towns this time of year — are you listening, San Francisco? — the Fresno area offers an abundance of...
2014/07/17 09:13
2014/07/17 09:13
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One brilliant teacher at Helsinki’s Sibelius Academy has given the world a raft of important conductors. Now 83, and still teaching, Jorma Panula’s students have included Osmo Vänskä and Esa-Pekka...
2014/07/17 04:33
2014/07/17 04:33
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Leonard Bernstein comes to life in New YorkThis July 8, 2014, photo shows Hershey Felder at the… AP News | 07/16/14 05:42 am NEW YORK (AP) -- At about 10, Hershey Felder had to make a decision that...
2014/07/16 13:08
2014/07/16 13:08
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Murdoch's Fox makes bid for Time WarnerMurdoch's Fox makes bid for Time Warner By The Associated Press Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox says Time Warner rejected its offer last month to...
2014/07/16 04:15
2014/07/16 04:15
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Andrew L. Pincus: An inspiration, and an original LENOX His one-inch death notice said: "Per Walter’s wishes, price of admission to his memorial service is a rhymed couplet." [Eagle, July 9]. What...
2014/07/15 07:27
2014/07/15 07:27
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Rob McFarland broadens his horizons and finds hotels to hanker for in the boroughs. The best New York City hotels to hanker for in the boroughs. For many visitors, New York City starts and ends with...
2014/07/14 21:09
2014/07/14 21:09
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No one wants to be remembered most for what they did at 22, but history will forever recall Charlie Haden for his role in Ornette Coleman’s great quartet of the late 1950s. With Haden on bass, the...
2014/07/14 08:54
2014/07/14 08:54
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Audition. The word can unleash terror in performers of all kinds, but perhaps none more than musicians seeking to fill scarce symphony orchestra openings. A fudged note, a slack attack, a harsh...
2014/07/11 21:03
2014/07/11 21:03
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To paraphrase Avenue Q, maybe everyone’s a little bit rockist, sometimes. In his new pop music history Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!, which mounts its British Invasion this month, Bob Stanley doesn’t shy from...
2014/07/09 22:06
2014/07/09 22:06
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Carmel Bach 2014 begins this week. The two-week, world-renowned festival focuses on the music of J. S. Bach, his contemporaries, predecessors and legacy holders. This summer also celebrates what...
2014/07/09 18:08
2014/07/09 18:08
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The 1944 musical comedy about sailors on leave in New York, which is set to be revived on Broadway this fall, is being staged at Thalian Hall by Opera House Theatre Co., and it's probably the show's...
2014/07/30 16:38
2014/07/30 16:38
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