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Finding a Musical Ideal in the Vermont Woods

Finding a Musical Ideal in the Vermont Woods

Mitsuko Uchida, second from left, the artistic director of the Marlboro Music Festival, played Brahms with, from left, Tessa Lark, Robyn Bollinger, Peter Stumpf and Zoë Martin-Doike.

Artists Who Lose Their Vision, Then See Clearly

Artists Who Lose Their Vision, Then See Clearly

The artist Serge Hollerbach in his studio on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

Wait, Leonard Bernstein Wrote a ‘Peter Pan’ Musical?

Wait, Leonard Bernstein Wrote a ‘Peter Pan’ Musical?

Jack Ferver wielding a disco ball as Tinker Bell in a new production of “Peter Pan,” with a score by Leonard Bernstein, at the Bard SummerScape festival.

Review: Plácido Domingo Takes On a New Role at the Met Opera. (His 149th.)

Review: Plácido Domingo Takes On a New Role at the Met Opera. (His 149th.)

Plácido Domingo, the tenor-turned-baritone, as Miller and Sonya Yoncheva as the title character in “Luisa Miller.” at the Metropolitan Opera.

Celebrities Love Old Masters, but Will Collectors Fall for Them?

Celebrities Love Old Masters, but Will Collectors Fall for Them?

The fashion designer Victoria Beckham in her London store during an exhibition ahead of a Sotheby’s auction of old master pictures. The portrait of a lady behind her, attributed to an artist from the “circle of Leonardo da Vinci,” sold for 550,000 pounds, or almost $730,000.

Comics Select Their Audiences as Carefully as Their Jokes

Comics Select Their Audiences as Carefully as Their Jokes

Fred Armisen in his debut special, “Standup for Drummers.”

To Be a Star Carlos Acosta Had to Leave Cuba. Maybe His Dancers Won’t Have To.

To Be a Star Carlos Acosta Had to Leave Cuba. Maybe His Dancers Won’t Have To.

Members of Acosta Danza rehearsing Raúl Reinoso’s “Nosotros,” in Havana. The company makes its United States debut at City Center on April 25.

French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet

French Olympic Ice Dancers Make Skating as Ethereal as Ballet

Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron, skating to Beethoven’s “Moonlight” Sonata, expanded the idea of virtuosity with the way they completely tuned in to each other.

Ringo Starr Tapped for Knighthood

Ringo Starr Tapped for Knighthood

Ringo Starr has been named a knight by Queen Elizabeth II in her 2018 New Year’s Honors list.

How Paparazzi Dogs and Rabbitgirl Conquered New York City Streets

How Paparazzi Dogs and Rabbitgirl Conquered New York City Streets

“Paparazzi Dogman & Paparazzi Rabbitwoman” in Rockefeller Center’s Sunken Plaza, 2017.

What’s So Funny About Orthodox Judaism? This Comic Has One Answer

What’s So Funny About Orthodox Judaism? This Comic Has One Answer

Ashley Blaker, an ultra-Orthodox Jew from England, onstage in “Strictly Unorthodox,” at the Theater Center in Times Square.

An Artist Warns of a Robot-Ruled Future. Or Is It Our Present? Let’s Discuss.

An Artist Warns of a Robot-Ruled Future. Or Is It Our Present? Let’s Discuss.

David Barboza, left, a former Times Shanghai bureau chief, and the art critic Jason Farago watching “Asia One,” a video by Cao Fei that is part of the “One Hand Clapping” exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

Met Opera Accuses James Levine of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

Met Opera Accuses James Levine of Decades of Sexual Misconduct

James Levine, then the music director of the Metropolitan Opera, and Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, at a news conference in 2006.

Signs of the Apocalypse at the Hammer Museum

Signs of the Apocalypse at the Hammer Museum

At the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the artist MPA stands between her works “Eye” (2018) and, right, “Sunglasses (Left)” (2018), part of the museum’s “Made in L.A.” biennial.


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