Glyndebourne’s hit 2005 production of Handel’s “Giulio Cesare” sailed into the Metropolitan Opera last Thursday, dropping the original Cleopatra and Julius Caesar along the way.
This year, New Yorkers don’t need to travel to the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, the annual French musical jamboree: The one outstanding production comes from the Metropolitan Opera.
Simple Minds is going back to its origins more than three decades ago.
A beauty queen, she wasn’t.
Downtown Records celebrates its talent roster with a schizophrenically savvy night at Webster Hall.
Get your dance pants on Friday night when the Rapture rolls into Bowery Ballroom with their latest album, “In The Grace Of Your Love.”
The New York Film Festival turns 50 this year with a bounty of films (33 on the main slate, plus sidebars, tribute evenings and midnight movies) that really may be something to celebrate.
American soprano Catherine Malfitano has sung Puccini’s opera “Tosca” all over the world. Now she’s directing it in London. Perhaps her move off stage is a step too far.
Russia’s elite walked the red carpet last night to mark the historic reopening of the Bolshoi Theater after a six-year, $680 million overhaul.