Latest Leonard Bernstein Stories
Remixed and Remastered From the Original Tapes for the First Time Featuring The Long-Unavailable Audio Documentary 'Gustav Mahler Remembered' as a Special Bonus To Coincide With Carnegie Hall's Presentation of 'Mahler: The Symphonies In Sequence' From May 6 to 17 '...
THE SPRAWLING, IMPROVISATIONAL PIECE THAT GAVE VOICE TO AMERICAN MINIMALISM IN THE FIRST EVER RE-MASTERING OF THE ORIGINAL SESSION MASTER TAPES In Anticipation of Carnegie Hall's Performance of In C on April 24th "Music Like None Other on Earth" -- San Francisco Chronicle "Terry Riley's In C is one of the definitive masterpieces of the twentieth century." -- Hi-Fi Magazine, original LP review NEW YORK, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- To celebrate the 45th anniversary of Terry Riley's...
Music by LEONARD BERNSTEIN Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM Directed by ARTHUR LAURENTS NEW YORK, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Masterworks proudly announces the upcoming release of the New Broadway Cast Recording of WEST SIDE STORY. The recording will be available nationwide on June 2, 2009.
Event Features Famous Conductor Keith Lockhart and Violinist Andres Cardenes PITTSBURGH, Jan.
The Choral Arts Society and China's renowned Qingdao Symphony Orchestra perform together at the Kennedy Center on February 1 in celebration of the Chinese New Year WASHINGTON, Jan.
NEW YORK, Jan.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec.
TO THE EDITOR: If the writers for the Intell - in the fields of politics, business or sports - were as ignorant of their subject matter as the writers you send to cover theater events, your newspaper would have gone out of business many years ago, or at least have been forced to change its name.
The papers of legendary conductor, arranger and broadcaster Andre Kostelanetz have been donated to the Library of Congress by his estate. Kostelanetz died in 1980. The gift is a veritable treasure trove for students of 20th century music and broadcasting.
By ROGER BULL West Side Story is kind of stuck in between. It isn't old enough to be historic, and it's not new enough anymore to be modern. And, yes, the 1950s retelling of Romeo and Juliet on the streets of New York has its dated elements.