Chance the Rapper Honors Chicago, His Hometown, With Magnificent Coloring Day

This event, organized by Chance and guest-starring Kanye West, was meant to be a good time and a homage to his South Side roots.

This event, organized by Chance and guest-starring Kanye West, was meant to be a good time and a homage to his South Side roots.

More Than Just a Music Festival

Magnificent Coloring Day, held in the South Side of Chicago, was an act of civic responsibility, pride and emotional investment.

Magnificent Coloring Day, held in the South Side of Chicago, was an act of civic responsibility, pride and emotional investment.

Taking On ‘Tristan,’ a Role That Demands Much of a Tenor

The Metropolitan Opera’s season will open with “Tristan und Isolde,” starring Stuart Skelton, who waited for just the right moment to embark on the role.

The Metropolitan Opera’s season will open with “Tristan und Isolde,” starring Stuart Skelton, who waited for just the right moment to embark on the role.

Grace Notes: Everyone Knows Peter, Paul and Mary. But What About Bob?

Robert De Cormier was the recording secretary for the folk act, in charge of arranging music and mediating disputes. He will be celebrated at Symphony Space.

Robert De Cormier was the recording secretary for the folk act, in charge of arranging music and mediating disputes. He will be celebrated at Symphony Space.

My Favorite Page: Nina Stemme on a Love and Loss in ‘Tristan und Isolde’

The soprano is playing Isolde in this Wagner opera at the Met. Here, she discusses a passing moment in the first act.

The soprano is playing Isolde in this Wagner opera at the Met. Here, she discusses a passing moment in the first act.

Stanley Dural Jr., Founder of Buckwheat Zydeco, Dies at 68

Founded in 1979, Buckwheat Zydeco mixed Louisiana Creole traditions with R&B and rock to become one of the world’s great party bands.

Founded in 1979, Buckwheat Zydeco mixed Louisiana Creole traditions with R&B and rock to become one of the world’s great party bands.

‘The Savory Collection,’ a Mythical Trove of Jazz Recordings, Will Get a Digital Release

The recordings, from the archives of the sound engineer Bill Savory, will finally be available to the public via the National Jazz Museum and Apple Music.

The recordings, from the archives of the sound engineer Bill Savory, will finally be available to the public via the National Jazz Museum and Apple Music.