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|Archived Since:||April 20, 2011|
At 83, Ruth Bader Ginsburg gets her first official operatic role.
How Hilary Hahn is bringing new work to the repertoire.
Music as political commentary: a string quartet improvises live during the presidential debate.
The Late Show accompanies the presidential debate with a live string quartet.
Mark Padmore and Lawrence Brownlee show DC how it’s done.
Retrospective shows how an artist falls short, on purpose, in the quest for beauty.
Led by guest conductor Lawrence Loh, the chorus offers a rousing start to its anniversary season.
Vintage telephones and board games animate the last home of the 28th president.
The library features letters from the former president’s doctor about his debilitating stroke.
Anne Sofie von Otter and Brooklyn Rider offer a marvelous juxtaposition of musical worlds.
A show at the Phillips brings together the two halves of a storied 60-panel series.
A Phillips retrospective shows an artist’s evolution, through history.
A lovely evening with unusual works and Emanuel Ax: If only more people had known.
Joyce DiDonato and the Brentano Quartet didn’t have their best outing in a far-flung program.
The Folger Consort and Folger Theatre mingle Shakespeare with Purcell in a successful alliance.
The Philadelphia Orchestra and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra call strikes on the same day.
The National Gallery celebrates its reopened East Building with music for an art audience.
Pittsburgh’s and Philadelphia’s orchestras both call strikes on Friday — just before the weekend’s concerts.
Edward Gardner brings new work to the orchestra, but stumbles a bit in the familiar.
A new book cheers the spread of an orchestra movement that can’t quite be pinned down