Bringing Opera to the Masses

For those familiar with New York City, a loft in Brooklyn may not be the stereotypical performance space to find world-class singers and musicians performing operatic masterpieces like Don Giovanni and Bohème, but then again, this city is brimming with ... read more

Mannes in a New Key

The new century has brought a number of challenges to the classical music industry—a shrinking audience, disappearing recording studios, and a shift away from the success of the soloist. It’s also never been a more exciting time to be a ... read more

International Music Festival Comes to The New School

Not only does summer in New York City mark the annual, 8 million-person-strong sigh of relief for surviving yet another wicked winter, but also the welcome onslaught of a concept generally rejoiced by all: free. The city offers movies under ... read more