No matter how you felt about things in general, you just had to smile. It was a real nice party, and we all had a real good
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ZEALnyc: Where would you place them in relation to, say, Beethoven, Shostakovich,...? ZEALnyc: No, it's a huge distinction
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1690 'Auer' Stradivarius Returns to Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, with Vadim Gluzman and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
By Christopher Johnson, ZEALnyc Contributing Writer, January 27, 2017 'The Tempest'--O brave new world, that has such theater
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When asked what their personal commitment is to LGBT civil rights Will Nunziata stated: Well I know for Anthony and I we've
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"Nowadays" will include a nod to the Orlando's Pulse nightclub victims.
Simon Ghraichy will salute his diverse heritage at New York's Carnegie Hall.
Cover Photo: Baritone Gerald Finley in the Metropolitan Opera's 'Guillaume Tell' photo: courtesy of the Metropolitan Opera
Further, of note is celebrated American composer (and pioneer of minimalism) Steve Reich's eightieth birthday, which will
We came through with the money in the garter belts.