An electrifying dance-theater work rooted in hip-hop with a fierce political bite from an Olivier Award–winning East London company.
Celebrated choreographer Yang Liping’s dance-theater work explores war and power, betrayal and passion with searing poignancy.
Set in Uganda, "The Rolling Stone" is an intimate drama about two brothers at odds — one a gay man, and the other a fervent church pastor.
Louis Langrée and the Festival Orchestra explore Brahms’s impassioned Symphony No. 3 in this lush program
The Budapest Festival Orchestra brings their distinctively creative flair to a concert of Handel arias and Mozart’s “Jupiter” Symphony.
Pianist Steven Osborne joins Louis Langrée and the Festival Orchestra in a festive farewell to summer.
Conductor Gianandrea Noseda and pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard reveal new dimensions to Schubert and Beethoven.
"In The Green" is a new musical by Grace McLean that tells the origin story of one of medieval history's most powerful and creative women.
Cry to the world/That all might understand:/I was once a black clown/But now—/I’m a man!
Superstar Joshua Bell performs Dvořák’s Violin Concerto in an program that traverses the musically diverse Austro-Hungarian empire.
Summer Evenings offers listeners three captivating programs of beloved chamber repertoire and complimentary post-concert wine receptions.
The ever-inventive International Contemporary Ensemble explores traditional instruments from around the world.
Mozart’s beloved opera enters new terrain in this audaciously delightful staging that pays homage to the dark whimsy of fairy tales.