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Mr. Gossett rediscovered lost works, created new editions of Rossini and Verdi scores and helped revive them onstage.
I was a fan. I became a friend.
The experimental producer worked on songs for Hatsune Miku, a Japanese pop star who appears via 3-D projection, before recording her new album, “Dust.”
Reissued on its 20th anniversary, the band’s third album still sends chills.
Ms. Tharp’s “Dylan Love Songs” will have its premiere in September as part of the coming winter and fall season at the Joyce Theater.
Mr. Zukofsky, a musician of immense talent and exacting standards, had a life marked by strained relationships.
Half of the duo Mobb Deep, Prodigy, born Albert Johnson, had been hospitalized in Las Vegas suffering from complications of sickle-cell anemia.
Mr. Wenders, the director of “Buena Vista Social Club” and “Pina,” is collaborating with Daniel Barenboim on Bizet’s “The Pearl Fishers.”
The festival will feature all the biblical psalms — some in newly commissioned settings — sung at a dozen concerts this fall.
Playbills, posters and ephemera from the performing arts center’s history is now available through the Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive.
The newly renovated Opéra Comique draws on opera’s rich history of innovation — and circus acrobats — in an effort to appeal to modern Parisians.
In a strange case, a small Asian-American rock group may have inadvertently helped the Washington Redskins.
André Campra’s “Le Carnaval de Venise” was the centerpiece of this year’s Boston Early Music Festival.
Catriona Morison, a 31-year-old Scottish mezzo-soprano and wild-card finalist, won the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition on Sunday.
The jazz pianist and singer said the standards on her most recent album, “Turn Up the Quiet,” set her free.
“Witness” debuted at the top of the Billboard album chart with 180,000 album equivalent units, displacing Halsey, who hit No. 1 last week.
The “Jagged Little Pill” musical can’t come soon enough.
The green space in Seattle has been caught up in a decade of delays and financial woes. Its ribbon-cutting came on the 50th anniversary of Monterey Pop.
This year’s festival, which has become a European institution and a magnet for fans of laptop-wielding musicians, was the largest to date.
An Iranian government institution promoting sports and a healthy lifestyle effectively banned Zumba classes for being contrary to Islamic precepts.