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  • Los Angeles Opera's 30th season to begin with 'Gianni Schicchi'

    Los Angeles Opera's 30th season to begin with 'Gianni Schicchi'
    In his most recent movies, Woody Allen has worked with actors including Emma Stone, Colin Firth and Cate Blanchett. This year, the filmmaker will team up with a different kind of star when he directs tenor Placido Domingo in a return engagement of Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi" that will kick off Los Angeles Opera's 30th anniversary season.
  • CSO goes back to the future for 2015-16

    CSO goes back to the future for 2015-16
    Like some, though not all, of the top U.S. orchestras, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra always has been more comfortable glorying in its past than embracing its future. True to form, the CSO will celebrate its 125th anniversary season in 2015-16 with...

    The highs and lows of classical music in 2014

    The highs and lows of classical music in 2014
    It's the season to take stock of the year's musical blessings — also those people and performances that made 2014 not quite so blessed. In that spirit, we present our 38th annual Rheingold Awards. The envelopes, please. Operatic triumph of the...

    Sounds of summer beckon at Grant Park

    Sounds of summer beckon at Grant Park
    While portents of change echo across the local summer music landscape, one hot-weather classical enterprise that remains impervious to change, justifiably so, is the Grant Park Music Festival. Given the successful marriage of municipal sponsorship and...

    Placido Domingo says Operalia prizes 'went to the right people'

    Placido Domingo says Operalia prizes 'went to the right people'
    When he arrived last week in Los Angeles for Plácido Domingo's annual Operalia competition, the young Guatemalan tenor Mario Chang experienced a singer's worst fear: He had come down with a throat infection. "My throat started to feel a little sore. I...