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Licia Albanese, Exalted Soprano, Is Dead at 105

One of the most admired operatic sopranos of the mid-20th century, Miss Albanese was revered for a soaring top range and a passionate intensity on ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/16/2014 12:39:00

J. Cole Releases an Impassioned Song About Michael Brown, ‘Be Free’

J. Cole’s song “Be Free” quickly spread around the world in hours, highlighting the power to reach listeners while emotions are still raw. ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 17:19:00

Sunday Routine: Meredith Monk: Tune Body and Voice. Feed the Tortoise.

How Ms. Monk, the composer, singer, director and choreographer, spends her Sundays. ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 17:14:00

Music Review: Xavier de Maistre Makes His New York Debut

In his New York debut, the harpist Xavier de Maistre played Smetana, Fauré, Liszt and others on Thursday as part of the Mostly Mozart Festival. ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 16:46:00

A Word With: Porter Robinson: Porter Robinson Releases ‘Worlds,’ His First Album

Porter Robinson, a 22-year-old D.J. from Chapel Hill, N.C., is reaching past electronic dance music in his first full-length album. ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 16:12:00

Pop: George Cables Leads a Jazz Trio

The pianist George Cables, a first-call jazz sideman in the ’70s and ’80s, will lead the bassist Essiet Okon Essiet and the drummer Victor Lewis ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 15:37:00

Classical Music: Steven Schick Takes On ‘The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies’

A virtuoso percussionist and consummate showman, Steven Schick leads a solo recital on Wednesday at the Clark Studio Theater at Lincoln Center. ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 15:36:00

Box Sets Highlight Leonard Shure and Howard Karp

Doremi issues a three-CD set of live Leonard Shure performances, while Albany Records has a six-disc collection of Howard Karp in concert. ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 15:05:00

Snapshot: Benjamin Booker on Opening for Jack White

When he was 13, the first record Benjamin Booker ever bought was “Elephant” by the White Stripes. The singer-guitarist, now 25, is the opening act ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 14:46:00

A Year After Drug Deaths, Electric Zoo Music Festival Tries Again

Mike Bindra and Laura de Palma, who run the festival, where two attendees died in drug-related episodes last year, are in the middle of a ...  Visit website

Last Updated: 08/15/2014 14:09:00

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