The much-travelled Daniel Oren, 62, has been named music director at Opera Tbilisi, in the capital of Georgia. Oren, who often conducts in a Jewish
The body of Juilliard-trained Australian pianist David Tong has been retrieved from the wreckage of an aircraft he was flying in the north of the
Karen Brooks Hopkins, President Emerita of Brooklyn Academy of Music, shares some of her bleak nights. Sample: 8. The “We-Are-So-Sorry-But-We-Decided-To-Stop-Funding-The Arts-After-All-There-Are-So-Many-Needs-Out-There-Especially-In-The-Current-Political-Environment” Donor. OK, OK. We get it.
When Nikita Khrushchev was toppled by the Kosygin-Brezhnev putsch in October 1964, he became an non-person. Send to live in his dacha, far from Moscow,