Mozart, “Candide” and the music Pulitzer were among the highlights.
An 18th-century panoramic vision of Versailles at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the inspiration for a new work by the composer Timo Andres.
The tenor Mark Padmore and the pianist Paul Lewis brought artful intensity to songs by Brahms and Schumann at Alice Tully Hall.
Many string musicians, professional and amateur, visit David Segal Violins near Lincoln Center for repairs, maintenance and upgrades, including rare finds.
Symphonies are among America’s least racially diverse institutions. A new program aims to help musicians of color land orchestra jobs.
The rapper’s win for “DAMN.” is overdue recognition for hip-hop but raises concerns about the shrinking number of platforms for noncommercial work.
The star tenor sang a substantial excerpt from Wagner’s opera for the first time with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
Shai Wosner, who will play six of Schubert’s late sonatas in three concerts at the 92nd Street Y, says, “The music is not depressing but uplifting.”