German choreographer and theatre director Helena Waldmann tells the story of the exploited Bangladesh garment workers in a new dance piece titled “Made in Bangladesh.”
The New Jersey will present Mahler’s First Symphony, Titan, and Bernstein’s Symphony No. 2, Age of Anxiety in a four show series this March. Music Director Jacques Lacombe will conduct and pianist Kirill Gerstein joins the Orchestra for Bernstein’s masterwork.
The perfect show has arrived for those who like to appreciate the arts while boozing it up. “The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking” tells the stories behind your favorite drinks, all while the audience gets to drink the beverages being spoken about. Can’t think of a better deal than that!
J-Pop sensation Namie Amuro, known as the “Japanese Madonna” may be seriously considering breaking into the American market after receiving an offer from Warner Music Group music label.
Renowned Israeli conductor Israel Yinon collapsed and died on stage while conducting a concert in Switzerland on Thursday evening.
Carnegie Hall will be featuring a free concert by the critically acclaimed Cracow Duo in celebration of Chopin’s 205th Birthday. The duo will perform works by the legendary Polish composer along with works by Alexandre Tansman.
Legendary singer Debbie Harry of Blondie will be adding two additional shows to her currently sold out Café Carlyle debut the upcoming March.
Oliver award nominee Scarlett Strallen will join the cast of the Tony-winning musical, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. Strallen will take the place of original cast member Lisa O’Hare beginning on February 10.
HBO is ordering a pilot episode of new Alan Ball, classical music period drama Virtuoso. Elton John and his husband,David Furnish, are on board to produce alongside True Blood writer Ball, his frequent collaborator, Peter Macdissi and Steve Hamilton Shaw.
Is New York losing its edge? A recent real-estate industry notice shows the former home of the iconic Bleecker Street Records will become a Starbucks.
Composer Mason Bates has been appointed The Kennedy Center’s first ever composer-in-residence for its 2015-2016 season.
With the arrival of popular songs comes the inevitable cover, some cringe-worthy and some that are actually better than the original. Take for instance, Meghan Trainor’s hit song “All About That Bass.” From YouTube fans to Kate Davis, who plays the song with an actual upright bass, many have taken a shot at singing the pop hit. However, the Kidz Bop version took it to the next level with a word change that shocked some parents.
The tracklist for Brian Wilson’s 11th solo studio album "No Pier Pressure" has been released. The Beach Boys founder’s newest album, which features collaborations with Beach Boys bandmates, Kacey Musgraves, fun.’s Nate Ruess and Zooey Deschanel will be coming out April 7 by Capitol Records.
The three-person jazz ensemble 1032K presents a Lincoln Center-commissioned work “Hard Time Killing Floor Suite,” which explores the legacy of Delta blues icon Skip James.
Alan Menken has joined the creative team for the new Broadway-bound bio-musical "Happy Trails: The Extraordinary Life and Times of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in Song & Story." The show focuses on the iconic couple and their influence in American pop-culture history. The creative team for the new show includes director Des McAnuff, who staged the hit "Jersey Boys" and won a Tony for his work on "Big River" and "The Who’s Tommy."