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 » 20 September A High-Pressure Countdown for the New York Philharmonic’s New Maestro
 » 19 September Royal Opera House Gets a $66 Million Revamp
 » 19 September Megaphones Up, the Philharmonic Opens With Two Young Voices
 » 18 September Bizet’s Home Rehearses for Its Next Act
 » 18 September Toronto Symphony Taps Gustavo Gimeno as Its Music Director
 » 17 September Into The Higher World
 » 17 September New York Philharmonic Dismisses 2 Players for Unspecified Misconduct
 » 15 September Garsington Opera
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 » 15 September Where Are All the American Orchestra Conductors?
 » 14 September 5 Classical Music Faces to Watch This Season
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 » 14 September Harry Gregson-Williams to become BMI Icon
 » 13 September Review: ‘There Will Be Blood,’ With a Haunting Live Soundtrack
 » 13 September With Bach and Paul Taylor, Orchestra of St. Luke’s Plans Its Future
 » 13 September Emmy Award for Carlos Rafael Rivera
 » 13 September Tallis Scholars
 » 12 September Classical Fall Preview: Debuts, Premieres, a New Philharmonic Maestro
 » 11 September A First for New York: New Conductors at the Met Opera and Philharmonic
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 » 7 September A Friend of Beethoven, Now Rediscovered in His Own Right
 » 7 September Honorary Oscar for Lalo Schifrin
 » 7 September 4 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 6 September 5 Minutes That Will Make You Love Classical Music
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 » 31 August Twisting for Solos, the Violist Is a Quartet’s Odd Player Out
 » 31 August An All-but-Extinct Piano Plays Once More
 » 31 August The Man Who Gives Form to the Sprawling Salzburg Festival
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 » 31 August 2 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 28 August Review: A Pianist’s Modern Vision of Conflict and Persistence
 » 28 August George Walker, Barrier-Breaking Composer, Is Dead at 96
 » 27 August Tales of Royal Romance and a Demon Barber to Grace the Stage
 » 27 August Peter Gotthardt receives life-time award
 » 24 August 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 23 August Playing for Lenny: Musicians Recall the ‘Magical’ Bernstein
 » 23 August Brash, Confident and Democratic: How Bernstein Symbolized America
 » 23 August The Leonard Bernstein You Should Listen To
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 » 22 August Will Jarring Music Drive Drug Users From a German Train Station?
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 » 15 August John Poole
 » 12 August At Salzburg Festival, Two Bold Directors Claim Their Stages
 » 10 August Turning Climate Crisis Into Sound: The Week in Classical Music
 » 10 August 2018 Presteigne Festival
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 » 9 August Joseph Phibbs
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 » 8 August Thomas Larcher to receive Ernst Krenek prize
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 » 3 August As Brexit Looms, Musicians Brace for the Worst
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 » 2 August Ignored voice type
 » 2 August Charles Hamlen, Classical Music Manager With a Cause, Dies at 75
 » 29 July Tenor Auditions
 » 28 July Cleveland Orchestra Suspends a Star After Accusation of Assault
 » 27 July Wagner Gets the Blues: The Week in Classical Music
 » 27 July Franz Beyer, Who Revised Mozart’s Requiem, Is Dead at 96
 » 27 July 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 25 July Garsington Awards
 » 25 July Unique choral scholarships
 » 25 July Finding a Musical Ideal in the Vermont Woods
 » 21 July Second Oscar for Desplat
 » 21 July Bernstein’s Contentious ‘Mass’: The Week in Classical Music
 » 20 July New Sorabji Editions
 » 20 July Review: An Orchestra of Teenagers, but No Apologies Necessary
 » 20 July Review: A Dazzling ‘Creation’ Brings Light to Lincoln Center
 » 20 July 5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 19 July Review: ‘Mass’ Brings Out the Worst in Leonard Bernstein
 » 18 July Balloons, iPads, Aquarium: A Conductor Creates a ‘Creation’
 » 17 July At Summer Camp With Mozart and Tchaikovsky
 » 16 July Prototype: An Opera Festival That Actually Earns Its Name
 » 13 July Is ‘Mass’ Leonard Bernstein’s Best Work, or His Worst?
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 » 13 July 6 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 10 July Oliver Knussen, ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ Composer, Dies at 66
 » 10 July This Week: Radiohead, Tanglewood, Lucinda Child’s ‘Available Light’
 » 8 July Review: Lang Lang, Classical Music’s Superstar, Returns Quietly
 » 7 July Star Flutist Sues Boston Symphony Over Pay Equity
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 » 5 July Tippett Study Day
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 » 2 July A ‘Ring’ Lures the Conductor Gianandrea Noseda to Zurich
 » 29 June As the Frick Expands, New York City Music Suffers
 » 29 June 109 Players. 3 Conductors. It’s Even Harder Than It Sounds.
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 » 28 June Vladimir Jurowski Breaks Molds in London, Berlin and Beyond
 » 28 June No Need to Hire a Babysitter for These Concerts
 » 28 June Following London’s Blue Plaques Through Musical History
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 » 25 June Over 16 Years, Simon Rattle Transformed the Berlin Philharmonic. Here’s How.
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 » 23 June The Perfect Soundtrack for My Grief
 » 22 June What Does It Mean to Play the ‘Best’ of Bach?
 » 22 June Meet the 11-Year-Old Girls Whose Music Wowed the Philharmonic
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 » 21 June Goethe Medal for Péter Eötvös
 » 18 June Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Russian Conductor, Dies at 87
 » 16 June A Clarinetist’s Girlfriend Didn’t Want Him to Leave. So She Crushed His Dreams.
 » 16 June Dress Code at the Philharmonic
 » 15 June A Critic’s First Orchestra Defines Britain’s Musical Soul
 » 15 June A Tribute to Bach on His Own Turf: 33 Cantatas in 48 Hours
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 » 14 June Women of the Philharmonic Can Play It All. Just Not in Pants.
 » 14 June Review: The Philharmonic’s Women Can Wear Pants in the Park
 » 14 June Richard Rodney Bennett
 » 13 June Film music awards for Sarde and Antonini
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 » 8 June To Conduct Its Parks Concerts, the Philharmonic Taps a Rising Star
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 » 31 May Roberto Sierra
 » 29 May Samuel Adler honored with Bundesverdienstkreuz
 » 28 May ASCAP award to John Powell
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 » 25 May He Has Fans, Fame and an Acclaimed ‘Brokeback Mountain’ Opera. So Why Is Charles Wuorinen So Cranky?
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 » 24 May A Revolutionary ‘Sinfonia’ Returns to the Philharmonic
 » 21 May BAM’s Outgoing Leader Announces His Final Next Wave Festival
 » 20 May Review: A Rising Star Takes Her Turn, as the Met Turns the Page on Levine
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 » 18 May The Nilsson Centennial: The Week in Classical Music
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 » 17 May 15 Classical Music Festivals to See This Summer
 » 17 May A ‘Mile-Long Opera’ Is Coming to the High Line
 » 16 May Glenn Branca, Composer Who Blended Genres, Loudly, Dies at 69
 » 15 May In ‘Firebird,’ the Choreographer’s Art Is in Storytelling
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 » 11 May Charlotte Penton-Smith
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 » 9 May Strapping On His Cello for a 600-Mile Bach Pilgrimage
 » 9 May At the Morgan Library
 » 9 May After a Last-Minute Conducting Triumph, Her Own Orchestra
 » 8 May Review: We Held Our Breath Through Simon Rattle’s Mahler
 » 8 May An Orchestra Adopts a City, One Kid at Time
 » 8 May Jesuit Legacy in the Bolivian Jungle: A Love of Baroque Music
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 » 3 May Poland Has A New Chopin Competition - Using Strictly 19th-Century Pianos
 » 3 May How Kyle Abraham Feels About Being NY City Ballet's First Black Choreographer In More Than A Decade
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