After almost three decades,“Porgy and Bess” is coming back to the Upper West Side.
“Marnie” was one of the Hitchcock’s tales of vulnerable beauties psychologically dominated to varying extents by dashing men.
Move over, “Ring Cycle,” there’s a new opera epic in the works.
New York’s Metropolitan Opera said on Monday that it had fired its longtime conductor and musical director James Levine.
How should those who distribute and consume art deal with the artistic legacy of someone accused of sexual harassment and assault?
The accusations go back to 1968, when according to Chris Brown, Levine abused him at a music school. Brown was 17; Levine 25.
Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen, a 23-year-old countertenor and recent Princeton graduate, was named one of six winners of this year’s Metropolitan National Council Auditions.
The Metropolitan Opera welcomed its first Jewish school group to a dress rehearsal of “The Barber of Seville.” And even though the kids had a lot on their minds, turns out they enjoyed the experience (mostly).
‘The Death of Klinghoffer’ has been called just about everything, from masterpiece to blood libel. There is one thing it hasn’t been called: unabashedly Christian.
About a thousand people joined together Monday night to express their dismay at the Met’s production of “The Death of Klinghoffer.” But not all of them agreed about exactly why they were there.