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January 28   -  

Getting Warmer

Playing cold is a bad idea.

January 27   -  

Keeping It Fresh

How do dancers create something new in every performance of The Nutcracker?

January 26   -  

Making "Merry"

Star and director of the Met's new production of The Merry Widow spoke with Matt Dobkin about the enduring charms of Lehár's enchanting operetta.

January 25   -  

Birth of the American Orchestra

Winston Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra delve into the Birth of the American Orchestra.

January 24   -  

Celebrating Ailey's Women

Jacqueline Green remembers the first time she saw an Ailey dancer up close.

January 23   -  

Reclaiming Bel Canto

Filled with vocal pyrotechnics, infectious melodies, and riveting drama, bel canto operas like Rossini's The Barber of Seville have delighted audiences for more than 200 years.

January 22   -  

Meet Dustin Yellin

Dustin Yellin moves like he talks, which is to say: extremely fast.

January 21   -  

Amy Kaiser Kees Her Focus on Musical Collaborations

For 20 seasons, St. Louis Symphony Chorus Director Amy Kaiser has kept her focus on musical collaborations.

January 20   -  

An Exceptional Partnership: Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

It is Sunday in Chicago, a day off for Riccardo Muti. Nonetheless, there is a busy day ahead.

January 16   -  

The Creative Process at NYCB Captured in a New Documentary Film

On February 8, the curtain rises on a new ballet by New York City Ballet Resident Choreographer and Soloist Justin Peck. For anyone who sees it and wonders how it, or any new ballet for that matter, leaps from the choreographer's brain to the ...
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