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Classical music

"The Ordering of Moses," composed by Harlem Renaissance artist R. Nathaniel Dett, gets a rare performance in advance of Juneteenth weekend.
It’s impossible to keep up with everything happening in New York City arts and culture, but here are a few recommendations for events you shouldn’t miss.
Returning to the newly renovated and reimagined David Geffen Hall, the Philharmonic offers an ambitious mix of large-scale celebrations and unconventional, intimate experiences.
The jet-setting Russian conductor, a supporter of Vladimir Putin, will no longer lead three Vienna Philharmonic concerts that were targeted by protesters.
For more than eight decades, the Frick’s music room has been a venue for classical music concerts.
Much if not all of the classical world is built on a myth of meritocracy.
The project, which is slated to begin in 2022, comes after years of unrealized plans to remedy the notoriously uneven listening experience in the venue.
This year's series comes with an audience participation twist...
Reading poetry and making surprise appearances at weddings can only take up so many hours in a day—so what else has Murray been occupying himself with?
A great New York City tradition continues, don't miss it.
If you're under 26, you can see one of the greatest orchestras in the world for free.
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