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Marc Martel never thought his vocal resemblance to the Queen frontman “would amount to anything more than a fun karaoke trick.” It’s taken him to “Bohemian Rhapsody” and beyond.
The Breunion Boys are wading into a bitter debate with a clear mission: “We just want to show the real love between Britain and Europe.”
“Are all the singers on television music programs twins?” new broadcast guidelines asked. Critics compared them to the censorship handed down during the country’s dictatorship.
The singer’s first album in 12 years, “Hello Happiness,” marks the beginning of yet another era for the Queen of Funk: “I can still drop it like it’s hot onstage.”
Ms. Ferreira, who kept singing well into her 90s, brought Broadway musicals to Brazil and made the music of Édith Piaf and Frank Sinatra her own.
Mr. Webster captured memorable images of the Rolling Stones, the Doors, Simon & Garfunkel, the Mamas & the Papas and numerous others.
In the Emperor Concerto, dynamics were carefully balanced, with a glassy delicacy to the music-box passages and a richness to the jubilant fanfares.
After the billionaire Richard Branson said he planned to hold an aid concert for Venezuela, the embattled government of Nicolás Maduro said it would hold a rival show nearby.
Mr. Tin adapted a Western instrument to express the richness of Burmese music, including folk tunes, royal court music and movie songs.
The musician Ingrid Michaelson and the actor Will Chase have very different ideas about material possessions. And that works out just fine.
Borders, formerly president of the WNBA, is leaving Time’s Up for family reasons after four months in the position.
The country singer-songwriter reflects on winning four awards last week, including album of the year for “Golden Hour.”
The musician has been accused of dangling career opportunities while pursuing female artists for sex, then turning domineering and vengeful. He denies the claims.
“My situation is important ’cause I represent poor black Americans and I represent poor immigrant Americans,” the rapper said.
A Carnegie Hall performance by the superstar pianist and the duo Igudesman & Joo raised questions about comedy based on stereotypes.
Nearly every weekend for the past 28 years, local children have flocked to the Bronx Conservatory of Music for very low-cost instruction in classical music. Will the school’s success be its undoing?
In the #MeToo era, many public apologies have missed the mark. Experts say a good apology should be transparent, specific and sincere.
Unpleasant humor at a Yuja Wang event, a violin concerto and Gerald Finley were among the highlights.
Arts writers for The New York Times share their strategies (snacks) and budget-friendly options (outdoor events) in a discussion about introducing children to the arts.
Classical concerts, children’s film series and a festival where technology meets art are among the events that can keep young minds occupied (and having fun) through a school sabbatical and beyond.
The chairman of New York City Opera’s board — and its biggest benefactor — is stepping down, adding another challenge for the troubled company.
The brash saxophonist performs at the Apollo; Season 2 of “At Home With Amy Sedaris" begins; and the Spanish dancer returns to Manhattan.
The Danish conductor, set to become the next music director of the Seattle Symphony, made his New York Philharmonic debut with stirring Schumann.
Aaron Diehl will perform as part of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s weekend-long series “William Grant Still and the Harlem Renaissance.”
The musician denies that he had inappropriate online sexual communications “with someone he knew was underage.” Agents from the Crimes Against Children Squad will seek to interview the woman.
Several women say Adams offered to jumpstart their music careers, then pursued them sexually and in some cases retaliated when they spurned him. He denies the claims.
“Big Colors,” the first of three albums scheduled for this year, is on hold after the musician was accused of explicit communication with an underage fan. He denies the claims.
At the Berlin State Opera, Yuval Sharon’s fresh staging of Mozart’s classic will share the repertory with a beloved storybook take from 1994.
The celebrity lawyer said he gave a tape showing the singer with a 14-year-old girl to law enforcement officials in Chicago. Kelly’s lawyer denied any illegal conduct.
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
Have fun with your plant challenge, but the Carters eat meat.
The estate attributed the change in plans to labor issues and not a forthcoming documentary detailing abuse allegations against the late pop star.
The singer’s fifth album, “Thank U, Next,” is her most adventurous yet — and most in conversation with the rest of pop music.
Batsheva Hay channeled Courtney Love for her New York Fashion Week presentation. Then she invited her to see it all.
Daniel Harding, who brings the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra to Carnegie Hall this week, has struggled when conducting American orchestras.