Suge Knight Gets 28 Years in Prison in Hit-and-Run Plea Deal

The one-time rap mogul on Thursday pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter in a 2015 case tied to the film “Straight Outta Compton.”

A Frenzied Run-Up in a House Full of Divas

Elina Garanca, Anna Netrebko and newcomers rehearse “Samson et Dalila,” “Aida” and “La Bohème” for the Metropolitan Opera’s opening week.

Review: In a Gilded Space, a Choir Reflects on War and Peace

The Crossing, led by Donald Nally, presented a site-specific, politically charged program, “Of Arms and the Man,” in the ornate Park Avenue Armory.

Cat Power Has a Lot to Be Proud Of. Now She Knows That.

The singer and songwriter Chan Marshall has a new child, a new label and a new lease on life with her 10th album, “Wanderer.”

A High-Pressure Countdown for the New York Philharmonic’s New Maestro

We went behind the scenes with Jaap van Zweden in the weeklong run-up to his first performance as the orchestra’s music director.

Album Review: Alone in the Studio in 1983, Prince Is Revealed

Listening to the nine songs on “Piano & a Microphone 1983,” the first album of material from Prince’s storied vault, feels like eavesdropping on the artist at work.