After almost three decades,“Porgy and Bess” is coming back to the Upper West Side.
As ever, this year’s Kennedy Center honorees are a who’s who of people it’s hard to imagine otherwise interacting.
In troubling times, some of this season’s most important artistic events are those that will elicit sorrow over joy. The mix is essential.
In homage to Interview’s nearly five decades of cultural contributions, here are some of our favorite entries from its archives.
Philip Glass turns 80 on January 31. 40 years after he broke onto the scene, he’s still trying to live down the labels his early critics gave him.
Relax this Thanksgiving with the “Gilmore Girls” revival, Michael Chabon’s new novel, and more.
What should you do this weekend? Check out Larry David on SNL, read up on Yiddish fiction, see Philip Glass and Art Spiegelman in Chicago. And more. Much more.
Philip Glass’s Uncle Harry, his mother and the cost of pretty much everything feature prominently in the composer’s plainspoken and charming new memoir.
Pioneering composers Steve Reich and Philip Glass appeared onstage together for the first time in nearly 40 years in a series of 3 concerts earlier this month at the Brooklyn Academy of Music
Bang on a Can’s performance at the Jewish Museum is a reminder that Minimalism influenced music just as much as it influenced visual art.