Few artists could match Tintoretto’s mastery of color and form—or his sense of playfulness
How did classical music in movies and television become synonymous with villainy?
Remembering Mabel Mercer, whose voice was intimate and wise
Is it possible to “hear” a painting as if it were a fugue by Bach?
by Lincoln Perry | Tuesday, September 04, 2018
Jazz maestro Paquito D’Rivera turns 70 this year, with a major collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma in the works
by David Grogan | Monday, June 04, 2018
The open-air St. Louis theater, set to undergo a renovation this fall, is a beloved summertime institution
by Wendy Smith | Monday, June 04, 2018
An interview with the Met’s Daniel H. Weiss
In these relentlessly disruptive times, 17th-century canvases from the Netherlands can provide moments of solace and hope
by Jason Wilson | Monday, March 05, 2018
Toscha Seidel made a nation fall in love with the violin
by Adam Baer | Monday, December 04, 2017
Keeping the work of legendary choreographers alive depends on a cadre of experts
by Julia Lichtblau | Monday, December 04, 2017