There was widespread concern last year when Harvard banned one of its doctoral graduates for life after he mounted a
Our intrepid New York operagoers, Elizabeth Frayer and Shawn Milnes, went to see the protests at the Met and stayed
Giannella is a passionate viola player from Denver who has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Today, she is rehearsing with the Colorado Symphony
West Australia Opera became an international laughing stock last year when its chief executive, Carolyn Chard, cancelled a Carmen production
The resignation has been announced of Henriette Götz, brought in last April from Belgium to stabilise the faltering finances of English
Yisrael Yinon, who died mid-concert in Switzerland last night, was a leading researcher into composers who were murdered in the
We are devastated to report the death of Israel Yinon, the Israeli-born conductor, while conducting a concert in Lucerne, Switzerland.
At the Iolanta Curtain Call tonight a protester with a poster of Putin with a Hitler moustache and other