Four king-size fish lamps glow softly on a back wall of London’s Gagosian Gallery.
A few days after Troy and Carthage burn to a crisp for the last time in Berlioz’s “Les Troyens” at Covent Garden, they’re frying once more in the Albert Hall.
Elliott Carter, the American composer whose long life and career produced a remarkable coda of creativity in his 90s, has died. He was 103.
It is hard to stage an opera when the director dies six weeks before the premiere -- especially when it’s the world premiere of a work without a plot.
Meet the bravest orchestra in the world. The superlative seems justified for the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq.
An estimated billion people will tune in on July 27 to watch the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony by Oscar-winning “Slumdog Millionaire” director Danny Boyle.
In Rufus Wainwright’s concert of Judy Garland songs at London’s Royal Opera House, it was a surprise to hear him warble “fatty rain, oh cinnamon shelf.”
Netgear Inc.’s victory over patent- infringement claims by Fujitsu Ltd. and LG Electronics Inc. was upheld by a U.S. appeals court, while some allegations by Royal Philips Electronics NV were allowed to proceed.
Tonight, the Music Hall of Williamsburg will be filled with the gloriously melodic pop of Local Natives.
“Think of wine like music,” says Georg Riedel, the head of the famous Austrian glass company that bears his family’s name. “We’re toolmakers. We don’t write the score; we’re the amplifiers.”
"So there must be something we are doing right."
- Daniel Barenboim on Feb 24, 2013