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Lincoln Heart Will Head Outdoors Its Closed Theaters to Carry out

Lincoln Center is known for the grandeur of its theaters and concert halls: the stately, majestic Metropolitan Opera House, which seats 3,800; David...

50 Years Later, Gamble and Huff’s Philly Sound Stirs the Soul

By the late 1970s, things had gotten so busy at Philadelphia International Records that the label’s co-founders, Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, had...

5 Issues to Do This Weekend

In October, New York City Center reimagined its popular Fall for Dance festival in digital form: Dancers made use of the stage of...

10 Classical Concert events to Stream in March

As the live performing arts continue to struggle through the coronavirus pandemic, here are 10 highlights from the flood of online music content...

Historical past Meets the Current on the ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Album

A movie’s message doesn’t have to end with the closing credits. Black filmmakers and musicians have been making the most of “inspired by”...

Billie Eilish Is within the Temper for Love (and a Weighted Blanket)

3. Crossroads KitchenI’ve never been on a date — no one has ever taken me on a date before! — but if...

Daft Punk Announce Breakup After 28 Years

The song “Touch,” from “Random Access Memories,” begins playing — “Hold on,” go the lyrics, “if love is the answer, you’re home” —...

Peter G. Davis, Music Critic of Broad Information and Wit, Dies at 84

Peter G. Davis, who for over 30 years held sway as one of America’s leading classical music critics with crisp, witty prose and...

Daybreak Richard Honors New Orleans Second Traces, and seven Extra New Songs

Dawn Richard gives “Bussifame” four syllables — as in “Bust it for me” — when she chants it in her new single, a...

Johnny Pacheco, Who Helped Convey Salsa to the World, Dies at 85

The band signed with Alegre Records, and its first album sold more than 100,000 copies in the first year, becoming one the best-selling...

Obscure Musicology Journal Sparks Battles Over Race and Free Speech

A periodical devoted to the study of a long-dead European music theorist is an unlikely suspect to spark an explosive battle over race...

Taylor Swift’s New Outdated ‘Love Story,’ and 12 Extra Songs

As the first official release of her rerecorded back catalog, “Love Story,” from Taylor Swift’s 2008 album, “Fearless,” is a savvy pick. Not...

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