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The producer behind R&B stars including Aaliyah and Ginuwine pays a visit to Procell, the Lower East Side boutique devoted to 1990s style.
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 dysfunctional ’90s band is reuniting for a tour and new music. In his first interview about the reboot, Billy Corgan addresses his reputation head-on.
Twenty-five years ago the idea that an openly gay and very butch woman could become a pop idol was seismic. Now she can just make her music.
His work on records by Joni Mitchell, the Doors, Neil Young and numerous others provided visual reference points for music that defined an era.
Legal troubles have placed XXXTentacion and 6ix9ine on the industry’s margins, but their freedom to break musical rules there is gaining them attention and fans.
A three-judge panel upheld the finding that the Robin Thicke song infringed on the copyright of Marvin Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up.”
Jimmy López and Nilo Cruz were asked to write a choral piece about young undocumented immigrants. Then President Trump was elected.
His solo show will run through Dec. 15, but tickets are available only to those who tried to get them earlier.
The New York native has been practicing performance art, the most ephemeral of forms, since the 1970s. Now she has the biggest museum show of her career.
The Library of Congress added 25 new titles to the registry, including the Temptations’ “My Girl” and the blues classic “Sitting on Top of the World.”
Members of Fugazi, a seminal punk band, have joined forces with Anthony Pirog, a guitarist a generation their junior.
His label, Delicious Vinyl, released crossover hits by Tone-Loc and Young M.C., and he helped the Beastie Boys make the groundbreaking “Paul’s Boutique.”
The new telling of “Forty Girls,” which mixes video, songs and traditional and modern music, is a bold departure for a Muslim country, especially Uzbekistan.
The latest mixtape by Logic, the Maryland-born rapper, opened with 123 million streams and 32,000 copies sold. He hit No. 1 with “Everybody” last May.
The British musician is collaborating with other artists to create a high-tech, immersive experience that will tour Europe and America.
The lack of an arena-circuit headliner at this year’s festival, the 32nd, just helped level the playing field for the performers who still flock to Austin, Tex.
Mr. Edwards’s “twangy tone, wang-bar glides and staccato riffing,” one admirer wrote, “paved the way for the California surf bands of the 1960s.”
Friday’s concert by Alarm Will Sound at Zankel Hall was presented in an explainer format, but the show’s best moments needed little setup.
The police arrested a suspect on charges of sending in a bomb threat regarding a South by Southwest venue where the Roots were scheduled to play on Saturday.
Hear the week's 10 most notable new tracks from Willie Nelson, Meshell Ndegeocello, John Zorn and more.
Mr. Levine, who was fired after accusations of sexual misconduct, claims that Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, had long wanted to force him out.
The longtime maestro of the Met Opera was fired after an investigation found evidence of misconduct. Readers shared their thoughts.
The lawsuit states that Mr. Levine denies the accusations of abuse. It paints his firing as a result of a longstanding plan to oust him from the Met.
A triple bill set to Leonard Bernstein yielded two terrific new pieces, by Wayne McGregor and Christopher Wheeldon.
Women from the Manhattan benefit circuit are donating unwanted designer gowns to opera students at the Juilliard School.
A Mozart staging set in 1950s Coney Island had its premiere days after Mr. Levine was fired when an investigation found evidence of sexual misconduct.
Part two of our conversation about the mid-2000s pop star features debates about her MTV reality show and “S.N.L.” debacle, and a listener mailbag.