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Christopher Hogwood, founder of The Academy of Ancient Music, Dies at 73

A Baroque music specialist, period instrument pioneer and multi-faceted musician, Christopher Hogwood has died at the age of 73.

Mostly Mozart Presents Handel’s Opera ‘Acis and Galatea’ as Interpreted by the Mark Morris Dance Group and Isaac Mizrahi

One of the most unusual offerings of Mostly Mozart this summer is a new production by the Mark Morris Dance Group of Handel’s opera 'Acis and Galatea' at Lincoln Center on August 7-9.

Sir George Christie, Beloved Glyndebourne Opera Chief, Dead at 80

One of the best-loved figures in the British musical establishment has passed away.

Era of the "Fat Lady" is Over, Says American Soprano Danielle de Niese

The American soprano Danielle de Niese, has told the Daily Telegraph newspaper that the era of the "fat lady" stereotype in opera is over. Or rather that it has no basis in fact, though it might linger in the media and people's imaginations.

Festival d’Aix-en-Provence Announces 2014 Opera Season

The 2014 Festival d’Aix-en-Provence will unfold in extraordinary settings and historical venues, many of them open-air, in and around the picturesque ancient Provençal city of Aix.

Sonia Marie De León de Vega Bringing Classical Music to L.A. Latinos, One Family at a Time

Maestra Sonia Marie De León de Vega takes the stage. She's greeted with enthusiastic applause from an audience of families with young children, teenagers and young adults. About 80 percent of the audience members are Latino...

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