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Michel van der Aa’s “Blank Out” mingles stage action and video projection, live music-making and recorded performance, poetry and original text.
Not just “the other guy,” Mr. Carreras reflects on Pavarotti, Domingo, his career and his brush with death as his final tour arrives at Carnegie Hall.
Timothy O’Leary, who is known for staging premieres, has been named general director of the Washington National Opera.
What was on the turntable in Jean-Michel Basquiat’s studio? The answer is crucial to understanding his work.
At the Stone in Manhattan, Mr. Jones will be adding a new instrument each night to his collaborative performances.
The trumpeter and composer organized “For/With,” a two-night event at Issue Project Room that focuses on four composers.
New friendships and opportunities have multiplied since the British musician Michael Nyman moved to the city last fall.
Richard Alan White always worked nonmusical jobs for a living. Over 40 years, in his spare time, he wrote the opera, “Hester,” which will finally be staged.
For most of the 2010s, Nashville was dominated by the masculinity of bro country. But now the pendulum has swung to the other side: Meet the country gentleman.
This documentary depicts Lady Gaga as a disciplined, accomplished performer, but one who inhabits a peculiar isolation despite her fame.
Opera Philadelphia has revamped its programming model, opening its season with O17, a 12-day, 31-performance festival that sprawls across the city.
On this boy band’s new EP, “Love Yourself: ‘Her’,” the group steps back from the genre’s sometimes manic energy.
An immigrant from Macau opened Popular Jewelry, a humble store on Canal Street, in 1988. But then Cappadonna from the Wu-Tang Clan walked in. The rest is history.
James Flemons, 28, is perhaps best known for creating the monochromatic outfits in Solange Knowles’s “Don’t Touch My Hair” video.
The Los Angeles musician questions our culture’s fixation on couples in love on his dreamy debut album, “Aromanticism.”
Five reasons that the title role in Bellini’s masterpiece, which opens the Metropolitan Opera’s season on Sept. 25, defines a true diva.
Six actors in search of K-pop authenticity star in a new musical that looks at the entertainment factories that produce genre-busting superstars.
The National opened at No. 2 and Odesza at No. 3 in a week that replenished the Top 5 with new releases.
Flood damage to the Wortham Theater Center caused by Hurricane Harvey was so extensive that the theater will not be able to reopen until at least May.
Michel van der Aa’s “Blank Out,” at the Park Avenue Armory, brings together a live singer onstage and another who appears only in a 3-D film.
The venerated multidisciplinary artist of New York’s avant-garde will collect $250,000 for pushing boundaries and contributing to social change.
The European leg of her “Joanne” tour, scheduled to start Thursday in Barcelona, will be pushed back to 2018. She had canceled a show in Brazil last week.