The reissued official Callas discography reveals the art that will last, which the diva's image often obscures
The prices are low and the standards high at St. Petersburg's summer music festival
Terrence McNally's Master Class deliberately plays fast and loose with historical fact in search of artistic truth.
Messiaen's radiant birdsongs, the crown of his creation, belong as much to the artist as to nature
Roaring like some titanic flywheel, Carmina Burana has drowned out the rest of Carl Orff’s creations
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau ‘s Schubert song cycle is endlessly instructive, even if it isn’t always transporting