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Mitsuko Uchida, one of the world’s great Mozart pianists, joins Dudamel for a sublime program.
Experience the exhilaration of Beethoven’s dance Symphony, his Seventh, and a new cello concerto by Gabriella Smith.
Season Premiere: Music director Gustavo Dudamel leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic in a program showcasing the orchestra’s principal flutist, Denis Bouriakov, and principal harpist Emmanuel Ceysson.
Los Angeles Philharmonic’s charismatic music director Gustavo Dudamel visits Northern California to lead the SF Symphony in music by Mozart and Mahler.
He agreed in February to a five-year contract as New York’s artistic and music director starting in 2026-2027.
Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic and violinist Anne Akiko Meyers in two New York premieres by Gabriela Ortiz and Arturo Márquez plus a symphony by Aaron Copland.
Dudamel is scheduled to conduct three performances of Mahler’s Ninth Symphony in May.
This year’s Grammys, the 65th annual ceremony, takes place on Sunday, February 5.
The Recording Academy announced its 2023 Grammy nominations on November 15, 2022.
Carnegie announced a 2022-23 schedule that includes about 70 events in 2,800-seat Stern Auditorium.
The 64th Grammy Awards will occur on Sunday, April 3 in Las Vegas. Here are the categories, nominees, and eventually, winners, for the classical, jazz, and world music fields.
The John Adams opera Nixon in China will have eight performances at the Bastille in March and April.
Gustavo Dudamel will become music director of the Paris Opera while continuing his commitment to the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
It’s been a strange, difficult year for the music world, which is all the more reason to celebrate musical excellence.
The prize is named for the Gish sisters, who were early Hollywood stars and made large donations to benefit the arts community upon their deaths.
Highlighting Ravinia 2018 is a celebration of the Leonard Bernstein centennial, being organized by the festival’s first-ever artistic curator, conductor, and former Bernstein student Marin Alsop.
When Gabriela Montero left her native Venezuela at the age of eight, she was motivated by the piano, not politics. “At that point, my teacher had left [Venezuela] and I didn’t have anyone I could work with.”
This summer’s festival is anchored by the eighty-second annual residency of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Memorable performances by orchestras at recent sporting events.
Blair Tindall’s Mozart in the Jungle: Sex, Drugs, and Classical Music shocked readers when it exposed some of the low points of high culture.