Arts

The Fantastical Little Dyer

Few artists could match Tintoretto’s mastery of color and form—or his sense of playfulness

by Ingrid D. Rowland | Monday, March 04, 2019

The Sound of Evil

How did classical music in movies and television become synonymous with villainy?

by Theodore Gioia | Monday, March 04, 2019

Come to the Cabaret 

Remembering Mabel Mercer, whose voice was intimate and wise

by Willard Spiegelman | Monday, December 03, 2018

Visual Music 

Is it possible to “hear” a painting as if it were a fugue by Bach?

by Lincoln Perry | Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Concerto in Beans and Rice

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

A Century at the Muny 

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

Galleries of the World

An interview with the Met’s Daniel H. Weiss

by Robert J. Bliwise | Monday, March 05, 2018

Going Dutch

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

The Sound of Tinseltown

Toscha Seidel made a nation fall in love with the violin

by Adam Baer | Monday, December 04, 2017

Step by Step

Keeping the work of legendary choreographers alive depends on a cadre of experts

by Julia Lichtblau | Monday, December 04, 2017
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