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From SZA in New York to Post Malone in Chicago, concerts across the country you don’t want to miss this season.
A lawsuit filed on Friday details previously unreported accusations of harassment and abuse against Mr. Levine, the Met’s longtime conductor.
As a founder of the chamber orchestra Alarm Will Sound, he was at the epicenter of a community of open-minded artists.
The Rita Ora track was positioned as a celebration of bisexuality, but struck a sour note with critics who found its lyrics problematic.
The star pianist’s recital of works by Rachmaninoff, Ligeti and Prokofiev at Carnegie Hall made the vast space seem unnervingly empty and lonely.
Mr. Simon and 16 musicians balanced grooves, hits, hope and darkness on the first night of “Homeward Bound — the Farewell Tour.”
The Russian-born conductor began a two-week stint with a program featuring Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony, in a performance joyful for its own sake.
From Bernstein centennials at Tanglewood to Mahler in the desert, events across the county you don’t want to miss this season.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
The guitarist from Niger is known for opening ears and minds with his virtuosic desert blues. For his new album, “Deran,” he returned to Africa.
The maestro of lush, soft-drama music is on tour celebrating his breakthrough 1993 performance in Athens.
Born in Eritrea and raised in Italy, she sang with Louis Armstrong and other American idols and, inspired by Jane Fonda, kindled a fitness craze.
The singer and guitarist Lindsey Jordan has a high school diploma, an emotional intelligence well beyond her years and a chance to push herself out on a bigger stage.
Newly unguarded, the songwriter sets aside her sly character studies in favor of declarations and confrontations on her second solo studio album.
“The Mile-Long Opera: a biography of 7 o’clock,” David Lang’s latest large-scale work, will feature 1,000 performers from around New York City.
The Harlem rapper talks about jewelry, his new partnership with Tiffany & Co. and his drive to one-up his father’s legacy.
The performing arts center plans to assemble some of the world’s top ballet companies and performers for its ambitious 2018-19 season.
The stage version of “Jagged Little Pill” sets a story steeped in hot-button issues like opiate addiction and gender identity to the singer’s raw 1995 album.
The musician and composer, who died this week at 69, spent decades helping shape the worlds of avant-garde rock and contemporary classical music.
Fame almost ate this 26-year-old pop singer and songwriter alive. Now he’s made one of the year’s best pop albums, “Voicenotes.”
The singer-songwriter sounds like Frank Ocean and creates immersive installations that look like James Turrell’s work.
One fellow composer said Mr. Branca, who often wrote for massed amplified guitars, was among the few “who put a clearly defined stamp on their music.”
The teaser for the biopic emphasizes the likeness between the actor and the rocker. The film is due this fall after the director was replaced on the production.
The centennial of the great Swedish soprano is being marked with boxed sets, a book, a documentary and an award for the dramatic soprano Nina Stemme.
Donald Glover’s track benefited from millions of YouTube streams, but starting next month the formula that determines chart positions will be weighted toward paid streams.
Netta Barzilai’s victory helped eased, at least for now, some Israelis’ deep-seated fears of cultural boycott and isolation.
Focusing on a new generation of composers, the Miller will begin with Missy Mazzoli’s “Proving Up,” about homesteaders in post-Civil War Nebraska.
As his band the Jicks releases a new album, “Sparkle Hard,” the singer and guitarist talks about his behavior in the ’90s, his “terrible” voice and ’70s soft rock.