The announcement marks two firsts in the Met's nearly 140-year history.
The virtual sphere won’t replace the live stage, but it can add a second, more accessible one.
Met Opera skips this season, 1st Black composer opens ’21-22
The Metropolitan Opera will skip an entire season for the first time in its nearly 140-year history and intends to return from the pandemic layoff next September.
In the Age of the Visual Album, What Can Opera Learn from Beyoncé?
The virtual sphere won’t replace the live stage, but it can add a second, more accessible one, with great room for creative growth and the viral potential of easily shareable, iconic images.
Last studio recording of jazz trumpeter Woody Shaw released
A forgotten studio recording of the late jazz trumpeter Woody Shaw has been released as part of an effort to preserve jazz history.
QUIZ | Can We Guess What Broadway Show You Should Star In?
Have you ever dreamed of seeing your name in lights on the Big White Way? Take this quiz to see if we can guess what Tony Award winning Broadway musical YOU should star in.
WFMT and CSO Partner for New Series: From the CSO’s Archives: The First 130 Years
Today, WFMT and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra announce the launch of an exciting new broadcast and streaming series.
Black and Latino Voices On Stage
To coincide with exciting new additions to the WTTW slate, WFMT has compiled a playlist celebrating the pinnacles of Black and Latino artistry in vocal music.
The Thrill of Seeing: Scoring The Earliest Movies
In 1939, New York's Museum of Modern Art acquired a treasure trove: 36 reels of 68mm nitrate prints and negatives made in cinema’s first years.
Music Endures: 50 Years of Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
When a classical music organization has been around for 50 years, it can be easy to take it for granted.
Lyric Returns With Free Star-Studded Virtual Gala
Lyric Opera of Chicago’s season opens this weekend in truly unprecedented fashion: with a virtual gala.
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