‘Guillaume Tell,’ at Royal Opera House, Draws Criticism for Violence and Nudity

The premiere of a new production, by Damiano Michieletto, was met with boos from the audience at the Royal Opera House in London.









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Review: Ekmeles Performs Chamber Works Written for Voices and Brass Instruments

The new-music vocal ensemble performed several chamber works in a concert that was the close of the Five Boroughs Music Festival’s season.









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Apple Music Makes Debut With D.J. Carrying the Flag

If Apple Music is successful, it could deliver billions of dollars in revenue to the music industry and establish streaming music as a stable business.









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AC/DC Songs Will Be Added to Streaming Services Like Apple Music

Signaling the general acceptance of online music, the band, which has long resisted the digital business, will sign on with services like Spotify and Rdio.









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Review: Pianist Ursula Oppens Seamlessly Connects the Classics With New Music

In a solo recital at Bargemusic, Ms. Oppens performed recent pieces alongside works by Schubert, Beethoven and Scriabin.









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Wilco Tinkers and Experiments at a Festival It’s Happy to Share

The Solid Sound Festival in North Adams, Mass., is determinedly upbeat, inclusive and family-friendly, and it features a convergence of grown-up indie tastes.









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Review: Syd tha Kyd, Betwixt and Between on ‘Ego Death’

The latest release from the Internet (made up of two Odd Future alums) is infused with sexual swagger.









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Jazz at Lincoln Center and Sony Music Team Up for Blue Engine Records

Jazz at Lincoln Center will release the recordings from its vaults through an agreement with a division of Sony Music.









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