Finally Returning Bernstein’s Overdue Mahler

A score that Leonard Bernstein borrowed from the Vienna Philharmonic half a century ago was given back as a 175th birthday present.

My Favorite Page: Conducting an Eerie, Political ‘Gospel’

The conductor David Robertson describes a favorite passage from John Adams’s Passion oratorio, which he will lead on Friday at Carnegie Hall.

Review: An American Composers Orchestra Concert Pays a Bracing Tribute

A concert dedicated to one of the ensemble’s founders, Francis Thorne, who died on March 7, introduced three works and offered a Steve Reich masterpiece.

That Decisive Moment: A Met Opera Star is Born: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments

Gritty electronics, a Baroque hoedown and a burly Texan roar were among the highlights.

Tony Conrad Was Such a Good Minimalist, He Was Almost Forgotten

A new documentary explores the life and work of this musician and artist, who died last year. He wanted to dissolve musical hierarchies.