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The “regular degular schmegular girl from the Bronx,” whose “Bodak Yellow” is this summer’s rap anthem, prepares for a hometown show.
Our critic’s visit to the Boston Symphony’s home in the Berkshires began with Purcell’s 17th-century “Fairy Queen” and ended with a work from 2015.
At an outdoor concert, a reporter learns why Mashrou’ Leila’s music is like air to its fans.
Joshua Homme’s band teamed with the pop- and soul-leaning producer Mark Ronson for its seventh album, “Villains,” but didn’t stray far from its aesthetic.
The New York Times asked women to share their experiences and thoughts about the pop star’s testimony on sexual assault.
The 80-year institution in New Jersey struggled to recruit students amid the lingering effects of a sexual abuse scandal.
Hear the 9 tracks that caught our critics' attention this week, from Frankie Rose, Marshmello and more.
The band’s fifth album — its first for a major label — turns more cryptic and voluptuous, and emphasizes its longstanding 1960s and ’70s influences.
Ruminating on a storied German opera festival’s troubled past, only to learn at intermission that Nazi sympathizers were on the march back home.
Noel Gallagher of Oasis will headline a show also featuring the Courteeners, Blossoms and Rick Astley on Sept. 9.
The pop superstar gave blunt testimony in her case against a radio host in Denver, and provided a voice for others in similar situations.
The show is the third on Broadway to declare that it will use Verified Fan, the Ticketmaster technology that scrutinizes potential ticket buyers.
The musicians of the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra make their instruments from things that grow in the garden.
Eclipses provoke strong feelings that make us reckon with the awesomeness of space. Here are some songs that might give you the feeling of totality.
During heightened tensions, thousands of young people turned out to a concert near the demilitarized zone.
Roger Lynch, the chief of the video streaming service Sling TV, will be the new chief executive and president of the struggling internet radio giant.
On its first day of deliberations, a jury found that a radio host had groped Taylor Swift during a meet-and-greet photo session before a 2013 concert.
The British bands Slowdive and Ride achieved critical acclaim in the 1990s and recently released new albums that have reverberated on both sides of the Atlantic.
Netia Jones’s staging of Hans Zender’s “composed interpretation” at Mostly Mozart added several layers of concept to the song cycle “Winterreise.”
This new musical comedy is scheduled to open in August 2018 at the Belasco Theater. The early announcement shows the hot competition for audiences and space.