Handel’s tale of intrigue and impropriety in ancient Rome receives its first Met performances.
A documentary, directed by Frank Scheffer (1996), highlighting five conductors' interpretations of the legendary composer.
Two outstanding casts come together for Mozart’s scintillating class comedy.
Juilliard Drama presents Black Snow, Keith Reddin’s dramatization of the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov and directed by Dustin Wills.
The BFO performs a thrilling, folk-inspired all-Dvorak program, with daring violinist Renaud Capucon and a radiant symphony.
An arresting program of Mahler's finest pieces, conducted by the bold and original Iván Fischer.
Renée Fleming, “America’s Diva,” joins the New York Philharmonic and performs songs by singer and songwriter Björk.
Juilliard Drama presents Crumbs From the Table of Joy written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Melissa Maxwell.
Puccini’s melodrama about a volatile diva, a sadistic police chief, and an idealistic artist has thrilled audiences for more than a century.
In this concert film, directed by Humphry Burton in 1975, Leonard Bernstein conducts the a musical experience of overwhelming grandeur.