Classical Music Listings for May 27-June 2

Review: Yale Composers Showcase Their Works at New Music New Haven

Yale faculty (and one student) performed a two-hour lineup that included a trio’s stirring performance, colorful a cappella and a flute duo.

Yale faculty (and one student) performed a two-hour lineup that included a trio’s stirring performance, colorful a cappella and a flute duo.

Pop & Rock Listings for May 27-June 2

A Jazz Drummer Honoring His Wife With Help From Friends

Matt Wilson’s wife died two years ago, and a new album and a coming show at the Jazz Standard will serve as a kind of memorial to her.

Matt Wilson’s wife died two years ago, and a new album and a coming show at the Jazz Standard will serve as a kind of memorial to her.

Seiji Ozawa Cancels Tanglewood Appearances

The Boston Symphony Orchestra, in a statement, cited Mr. Ozawa’s “lack of physical strength”; Mr. Ozawa said he is “very, very sad” to be canceling.

The Boston Symphony Orchestra, in a statement, cited Mr. Ozawa’s “lack of physical strength”; Mr. Ozawa said he is “very, very sad” to be canceling.

Shooting at T.I. Concert in New York Kills One

A 33-year-old man died, and three other people were wounded at Irving Plaza as panicked concertgoers streamed for the exits.

A 33-year-old man died, and three other people were wounded at Irving Plaza as panicked concertgoers streamed for the exits.

Review: ‘Hadestown’ Reanimates a Well-Known Myth

The classic story of Orpheus and Eurydice has been told for centuries, and now it has become a folk opera by the gifted songwriter Anaïs Mitchell.

The classic story of Orpheus and Eurydice has been told for centuries, and now it has become a folk opera by the gifted songwriter Anaïs Mitchell.