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James Levine

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  • Free outdoor Orlando Philharmonic concert honors Kenneth Murrah

     
    Celebrate spring with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra and the city of Winter Park at their annual outdoor Spring Pops concert at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 13 in Central Park, off Park Avenue. The concert, made possible by the Charlotte Julia Hollander...
  • Monster Mash: Obama bestows National Medal of Arts; James Levine resigning from Boston Symphony

     
    At White House ceremony, Obama presents National Medal of Arts...
  • Studs Terkel dies

    Studs Terkel dies
    Louis Terkel arrived here as a child from New York City and in Chicago found not only a new name but a place that perfectly matched--in its energy, its swagger, its charms, its heart--his own personality. They made a perfect and enduring pair. Author-...
  • A Workout for the Real World

    A Workout for the Real World
    When you can't get to the gym, exercise the way our ancestors did: move throughout the day. At first, this might feel inconvenient and bothersome. But real-world fitness—walking, standing, raising and lifting grocery bags, cutting vegetables or...
  • Honoring composer Elliott Carter

    Honoring composer Elliott Carter
    LENOX, Mass. -- In 1986, Elliott Carter wrote "A Celebration of Some 100 x 150 Notes," a salute to Texas on its 150th anniversary. That may appear a lot of notes to fit into a three-minute piece, but this brash bevy of 11 fanfares all fighting for...
  • Conductor James Levine withdraws from remainder of Metropolitan Opera's season

    Conductor James Levine withdraws from remainder of Metropolitan Opera's season
  • Leon Kirchner dies at 90; Pulitzer-winning composer

    Leon Kirchner dies at 90; Pulitzer-winning composer
    Leon Kirchner, a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer of expressive, rigorous, atonal yet romantic music, died Thursday of congestive heart failure at his home in New York. He was 90. A pianist and conductor as well as a composer, Kirchner stood somewhat...
  • Conductor James Levine out of commission until December

    Conductor James Levine out of commission until December
  • Price, Levine, Floyd, Gaddes to get NEA honors

    Soprano Leontyne Price, conductor James Levine, composer Carlisle Floyd and administrator Richard Gaddes will be the initial recipients of the National Endowment for the Arts Opera Honors. The awards, patterned after the NEA Jazz Masters honors that were...
  • A deaf ear to the new dynamic

    A deaf ear to the new dynamic
    Here we go again. Tonight the Grammys will announce, or at least whisper surreptitiously offstage to a hardly panting press or public, the 2006 classical awards. They won't mean much. The Grammys have long suffered a classical credibility gap. The days...
  • Peabody instructor part of Obama inauguration

    Moments after Joe Biden is sworn in as vice president of the United States on the West Front of the Capitol and just before Barack Obama takes his oath as president, four classical musicians will perform a work created by John Williams for the history-...