These TV writers are of the highest order and certainly bear comparison with contemporaries in theatre and film. Melvin Bragg In the 1960s and 70s I was lucky enough to see a lot of plays in the West Yet,
In 1988, when I interviewed the pianist Vladimir Horowitz at his elegant Manhattan townhouse, I asked him if he had any regrets. His answer surprised me. He said he deeply regretted never having played
KOBLENZ, Germany — Earlier this month, a mushroom cloud erupted inside the neo-Classical theater of this small city in central Germany. A musical mushroom cloud, that is. Theater Koblenz, a 501-seat theater
When Roopa Kalyanaraman Marcello, a classical music aficionado in Brooklyn, asked her Amazon Echo for some music recently, she had a specific request: the third movement of Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto.
A brand new concert hall, the first purpose-built arts venue in an Alpine ski village, opened on Sunday night in the Swiss resort of Andermatt with the Berlin Philharmonic and conductor Constantinos Carydis
It started with a box. Egyptian developer Samih Sawiris had always envisaged a conference centre as part of his CHF1 billion property development on the edge of Andermatt in the Swiss alps, but after shell
The director Peter Sellars believes that Bach wrote his “St. Matthew Passion” not as a concert work or theater piece but as a “transformative ritual reaching across time and space.” That’s the way he it