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Yesterday   -  

‘The Czech Lute,’ a Baroque Masterpiece, Gets Filled In

Adam Michna’s 13-song work has long been revered, if incomplete. Only recently were its surprising ritornellos discovered in a monastic library.

Yesterday   -  

Bargemusic’s ‘Here and Now Labor Day Festival’

This ambitious contemporary music program offers nine works in either world or New York premieres.

Yesterday   -  

George Cleve, Conductor Who Interpreted Mozart, Dies at 79

Mr. Cleve, who was born in Vienna, fled with his family to the United States and spent most of his American career on the West Coast.

August 29   -  

Iran and Israel United in Opposition to Daniel Barenboim Concert

Iran, citing the conductor’s Israeli citizenship, will block a performance of the Berlin Staatskapelle, a concert that an Israeli official denounced.

August 28   -  

Classical & Opera Listings for Aug. 28-Sept. 3

A critical guide to performances of classical music in the New York City area.

August 26   -  

Highlights of the Performance Season

A preview of opera, dance and orchestra events taking place around the world this autumn.

August 26   -  

Weekend Courses Encourage Female Conductors

That conducting is cool, as well as a potential career for women, is the idea behind "Women Conductors @ Morley," a program of weekend courses sponsored by Morley College in London.

August 25   -  

Classical Music This Week: Revisiting ‘Skin,’ a Tribute to Schuller, and Bernstein’s Birthday

A look at what’s happening in the classical music world.

August 24   -  

Review: Haydn’s ‘Creation’: The Birth of All, With High Hopes at Mostly Mozart

Haydn’s “The Creation,” performed partly by the Concert Chorale of New York and the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, closed the Mostly Mozart festival.

August 23   -  

The Icelandic Composer Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Searching for Beauty Amid Brokenness

“Clockworking,” by Nordic Affect, and “In the Light of Air,” by the International Contemporary Ensemble, tackle a barrage of extended techniques.
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