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Meredith Monk Celebrates 50 Years Of Performing This Fall at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Carnegie and Long Island's Guild Hall >>

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of her career, Meredith Monk is set to perform at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Carnegie Hall and the Guild Hall starting this fall.

Keith Jarrett Continues His Reign of Debauchery in Japan as Satirical Cartoon Arises from Another Embarrassing Concert

WATCH: Keith Jarrett Continues Reign of Debauchery in Japan, Satirical Cartoon Arises from Another Embarrassing Concert >>

Keith Jarrett, by public consensus, is equal parts jazz legend and conceited jackass. That is, his stage antics have come to precede him, and he doesn't do much in the way of damage control either.

Watch Beowulf, Harry Partch from David Lang's 'Collected Stories: Heroes' @ Carnegie Hall...Next to WQXR's Strauss, Sibelius

US Highball: Watch Montclair State's Harry Partch Ensemble in David Lang's 'Collected Stories: Heroes' @ Carnegie Hall >>

Last week, David Lang, Carnegie Hall's Debs Composer Chair, oversaw a brilliantly curated series of concerts he called Collected Stories. From April 22-29, his programming explored subjects commonly found in music--heroes, spirits, love/loss, travel, (post)folk.

Saving Grace: Joyce Didonato Offers Masters Class for Aspiring Opera Singers as Part of Carnegie Hall Residency Program, Ages 18-24

Joyce DiDonato Offers Masterclasses for Aspiring Opera Singers, Ages 18-24, During Carnegie Hall Residency Program >>

Calling all opera singers between the ages of 18 and 24: Classicalite's mezzo of choice, Joyce DiDonato, is available for some serious vocal refinery with her upcoming masterclasses at Carnegie Hall.

UPDATE: Seattle Symphony to Perform ‘Become Ocean,’ John Luther Adams’ 2014 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Score, at Carnegie Hall in May >>

The Seattle Symphony will give the New York premiere of John Luther Adams’ ‘Become Ocean’ at Carnegie Hall on the evening of May 6. Conductor Ludovic Morlot will lead the orchestra in Adams’ monumental oratorio, which won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in music earlier today.

Iestyn Davies prank

Carnegie Hall's Prank On Brit Counter-Tenor Iestyn Davies >>

They say never to joke about someone's name. But sometimes they're wrong.

The Vijay Iyer Trio, Rock Stars of Jazz, to Perform at the Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival on May 9 Alongside Aruan Ortiz and More

Vijay Iyer Trio, Rock Stars of Jazz, Perform at Harlem Shrines Festival on May 9 Alongside Aruan Ortiz >>

Continuing his lonstanding relationship with the fest, the Vijay Iyer Trio goes on May 9 at 7:30 p.m. Performing at Marian Anderson Theater at Aaron Davis Hall, consider it a highlight of Jazz Appreciation Month.

Len Cariou Joins Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally, Patrick Wilson, Sierra Boggess for One-Off 'Guys and Dolls' at Carnegie Hall >>

Full casting has been announced for Carnegie Hall's one-off concert performance of 'Guys and Dolls' on April 3 at 7:30 p.m. And, following in the well-established tradition of classically-inflected musical theater concerts, the line-up is stellar.

Simon Rattle, Berlin Phil Bringing Bach's 'St. Matthew Passion' to Park Avenue Armory for Lincoln Center's White Light Fest >>

So, Bach hated opera because of its lazy audience. And yet his most operatic work, the St. Matthew Passion, constantly engages, asking questions about the role of an audience in that very production. If only there were a Socratic maestro--and a German ensemble--who could highlight such a line of inquiry?

Leon Botstein's American Symphony Orchestra 2014-15 Season Returns to the Esoteric and Contemporary >>

The ASO will return to “Botsteinburg” next season with a series of Carnegie Hall concerts that explore the dark side of the 20th century, the music of George Perle, the opera 'Mona Lisa' and Richard Strauss’ marriage music--among other creative and adventurous programs.

UPDATE: 'Dancing With the Stars' Caves, Hires Ray Chew as New Musical Director >>

In a recent press release from ABC and BBC Worldwide Productions, the hit reality-television dance show Dancing With the Stars announced today that it will instate Ray Chew as the new Music Director of the show.

EXCLUSIVE: Mandolin Virtuoso Avi Avital Talks New Album ‘Between Worlds’ and Carnegie Hall Debut

EXCLUSIVE: Mandolin Virtuoso Avi Avital Talks New Album ‘Between Worlds’ and Carnegie Hall Debut >>

Mandolinist Avi Avital released his second Deutsche Grammophon album, 'Between Worlds,' on January 14. Between the release of his new album and his Carnegie Hall recital debut on January 17, it's a crucial time, both for Avital and for the instrument whose legacy he is trying to revitalize.

Anonymous $4 Million Gift to Sphinx Organization Bolsters Scholarship for Black and Latino Musicians >>

The Sphinx Organization, which offers intensive musical training and performance opportunities to young Black and Latino musicians, recently received a $4 million gift from an anonymous benefactor. The gift will enable Sphinx to expand its numerous educational and training programs.

Leon Botstein's American Symphony Orchestra Reveals “Creative Explosion” in English Music After World War I >>

The American Symphony Orchestra’s program “This England” will showcase the work of four unjustly neglected English composers: Arthur Bliss, Frank Bridge, Robert Simpson and William Walton at Carnegie Hall on Friday, January 31 at 8:00 p.m.

Marilyn Horne's 80th Birthday Celebration Will Feature Renée Fleming, Samuel Ramey, Barbara Cook and Other Star Vocalists >>

Legendary mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne will be honored on her 80th birthday with a recital featuring an all-star lineup of guest artists at Carnegie Hall on Thursday, January 16 at 7:30 p.m.

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