COT’s 22-23 Season: ‘Turing’ World Premiere, Britten, Heggie for 50th Anniversary

In this celebratory season, audiences will hear two twentieth-century operas and three world premieres across COT’s full slate of mainstage and special programming.

Ginsburg’s art, fur coat, awards in auction to benefit opera

A signed and inscribed print of the late Supreme Court Justice is among 150 items from Ginsburg’s office and home in an online auction to benefit opera in Washington.

Boston Symphony Orchestra cancels Europe dates over COVID

The BSO had been scheduled to visit Vienna, Leipzig, Hamburg and Paris in May during a Strauss-focused tour.

Muti Tests Positive for COVID, April 5 CSO Concert Canceled

The CSO shares that the 80-year-old conductor is experiencing mild symptoms and is in high spirits.

Meet Jon Batiste, new Grammy winner with plenty going on

The recording artist, bandleader, musical director, film composer, museum creative director, and scion of New Orleans musical royalty won five Grammys on Sunday.