In October, the Philadelphia Orchestra appeared in Verizon Hall for the first time in 18 months. Yannick Nezet-Seguin led the…
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“Unfortunately, I have a lot in common with Eugene Onegin,” said Ethan Vincent, the 30-year-old Apprentice Artist who understudied the…
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It has been a long dry fast for theater, music, and opera aficionados. OK, that was not the worst suffering…
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Alexander Pushkin knew intimately the world of which he wrote in his novel-in-verse  “Eugene Onegin.” He was raised by nannies…
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John Corigliano and Mark Adamo’s new Dracula opera, “The Lord of Cries,” which premiered at Santa Fe Opera on July…
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New York Times reporters are now being trained to make strong impressions when they appear as experts on broadcast news…
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The Philadelphia Orchestra musicians are together again on the Verizon Hall stage in Philadelphia, in masks or positioned behind Plexiglas…
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Philadelphia Orchestra maestro  Yannick Nézet-Séguin returned to the stage with the orchestra after six months, on the day it was…
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