1. Carnegie Hall Auditorium Opens In September

    April 03, 2003 12:00 AM EST -week festival featuring Youssou N'Dour, Yo-Yo Ma, Pierre Boulez, and John Adams. Zankel Hall, under the main auditorium, has a movable floor and stage, and can seat 540 to 644, depending on whether t Carnegie Hall's new auditorium will open Sept. 12 with a two-week festival…

  2. Ian Bostridge, tenor; Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, mezzo-soprano; Lisa Milne, soprano; Barbara Frittoli, soprano; Anthony Rolfe Johnson, baritone; Edinburgh Festival Chorus; Scottish Chamber Orchestra/Sir Charles Mackerras

    August 24, 2002 12:00 AM EDT In times when major record companies seem to be crumbling and the expense of high art thought unduly extravagant, it is heartening that a new Mozart opera recording as fine as this manages to get made In times when major record companies seem to be crumbling and the expense of high art…

  3. Paul Simon Honored In Place Of McCartney

    August 19, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Singer/songwriter Paul Simon will replace Paul McCartney at this year's 25th annual Kennedy Center honors, traditionally attended by the president and first lady. As reported earlier today, McCartney Singer/songwriter Paul Simon will replace Paul McCartney at this year's 25th annual…

  4. McCartney Backs Out Of Kennedy Honor

    August 19, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Paul McCartney, one of the five performers named for this year's Kennedy Center honors, has canceled his appearance and will be named on the list for 2003. He sent the Kennedy Center a message of regr Paul McCartney, one of the five performers named for this year's Kennedy Center…

  5. McCartney, Levine Among Kennedy Center Honorees

    July 31, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Former Beatle Paul McCartney and conductor James Levine are among those who will receive this year's honors from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Honors will also be bestowed upon a Former Beatle Paul McCartney and conductor James Levine are among those who will…

  6. Seiji Ozawa Bids Farewell To BSO

    July 15, 2002 12:00 AM EDT In an emotional coda to his career directing the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), Seiji Ozawa ended 29 years as music director yesterday (July 14) by turning his back to the orchestra and conducting h In an emotional coda to his career directing the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), Seiji…