This Maestro Is Turning 90. He’s Also Conducting Over 90 Concerts This Year.

Herbert Blomstedt, who shows little signs of slowing down, discusses the secrets of pulling off a demanding schedule.

Looking Back on Haydn’s Legacy at the Chamber Music Society

“The Classical Style,” its champions and inheritors, is the society’s 2017-18 theme, with works by Mozart and Beethoven, and a premiere by John Luther Adams.

Milan Journal: In the Land of Opera, a Choir for the Tone Deaf

Italy’s next gift to the music world may be a Milan group that helps adults overcome their vocal shortcomings and gain confidence in their singing.

A Chord Vanishing Into Eternity: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments This Week

Among them, Javier Camarena’s high D flat in “I Puritani” and Peter Gelb’s candid reflection on the “Tosca” he brought to the Met Opera in 2009.

Limited to Prewar Music, Bulgarian Station Thrives

A copyright dispute limited Bulgarian National Radio to broadcasting music recorded before 1946. The audience doesn’t seem to mind.

Critic’s Notebook: An Early-Music Ensemble Gives a Handel Opera a Period Punch

The period band Juilliard415 and students from Juilliard’s vocal arts program presented a lively “Agrippina” at Alice Tully Hall.