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Copland, Philip Glass and Leontyne Price were some of the highlights.
Galas were held last week for Carnegie Hall, the Rubin Museum of Art and the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy.
Bob Weinstein, brother of disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein, said the mini-studio they founded in 2005 is not shutting down or for sale despite sexual harassment and assault allegations that hav
Linkin Park has released the episode of Carpool Karaoke the band filmed in July, six days before lead singer Chester Bennington took his own life.
The pianist, starting a residency with the New York Philharmonic, played the seldom-heard Fourth Piano Concerto with the conductor Paavo Jarvi.
On the 100th anniversary of Mata Hari’s death by firing squad, her life is being reassessed and commemorated in her home country of the Netherlands.
Hear the songs that caught our critics' attention this week, from a studio reverie by Beck to a globe-hopping track by Major Lazer.
SUNDAY “The Durrells in Corfu” are back for a second season of the period drama set on that Greek isle and airing on “Masterpiece.” With Keeley Hawes. 8 p.m. KOCE A widowed woman’s forme
The need-to-know policy for the Game of Thrones cast is going to extreme lengths during filming of the series' final season.
It’s a big city, with plenty to do, see, hear and watch. Here’s a sampling of cultural highlights this weekend and over the week ahead.
The designer Paula Scher talks about her artwork for a revival of the Thornton Wilder play at the Pasadena Playhouse.
There were gasps at Christie’s when a much-hyped Francis Bacon painting failed to attract a single bid. What does it say about the state of the market?
After prompting questions about freedom of expression, the 40-foot-tall “Domestikator” installation is now poised to go on display in Paris.
In the 15 years since she last released an album, the music industry has undergone big changes, but Ms. Twain’s new LP still debuted at No. 1. A conversation, on Popcast.
We explore what the films teach us about ourselves and each other.
People of color, especially women of color, are making themselves heard in the film industry.
The musical, about dueling cosmetics executives, will wrap up on Nov. 5.
The “Saturday Night Live” alumnus plays a rising comic courting a new level of fame in this show business satire on Showtime.
The music may be intimidating, but Pam Tanowitz, collaborating with the pianist Simone Dinnerstein, found freedom in its formal structure.
Ruth Crawford Seeger created pathbreaking music. But her family’s folk revival legacy has overshadowed her avant-garde compositions.
The star of the new series “Loudermilk” talks about his latest surly character, working with Harry Dean Stanton and the role that keeps on giving.
In a flurry of unrestrained tweets and with the "RoseArmy" at her back, Rose McGowan has emerged as a kind of whistleblowing avenger in the Harvey We
The Institute of Archeology and Ethnography has completed the archeological researches in Naftalan and Goranboy regions.
Also the week of Oct. 15: Monteverdi’s groundbreaking “Orfeo” in Manhattan, and Mona Hatoum’s sly sculptures in Houston.
Repairing the damage to the home of the Houston Grand Opera and the Houston Ballet, which have relocated temporarily, will take at least eight months.
Scottish actress Kelly MacDonald was 19 when she joined the cast of “Trainspotting,” her first movie. It was a nerve-wracking experience, but one that put MacDonald on a path to becoming a fil
Like characters in an old blues song, horror and I met at a crossroads decades ago. I went one way, horror another, and lately, I've been trying to figure out the reasons why. It's not just the de
Like characters in an old blues song, horror and I met at a crossroads decades ago. I went one way, horror another, and lately, I've been trying to figure out the reasons why. It's not just the de
The band made the announcement on Facebook Friday morning.
"Exhibition for descendants" opened at Artwin Gallery Kicik QalArt on October 11.
The best works of the outré horror auteurs are worth revisiting this Halloween.
Many users of the social media platform said they would remain silent on Friday to protest the treatment of the actress, a vocal critic of Harvey Weinstein’s conduct.
DokuBaku Film Festival opened in Landmark on October 12.
It started out as a school project, but now a short film about Neils Harbour is headed to a film festival in Los Angeles.
It started out as a school project, but now a short film about Neils Harbour is headed to a film festival in Hollywood.
Prominent Azerbaijani film director, People`s Artist, president of Space television company Vagif Mustafayev has been appointed as a cultural, television and film adviser to China’s Hong Kong Televi
On “Late Night,” Mr. Meyers reminded the president that it’s been just three weeks since Hurricane Maria.
Charity auctions for some of the top nonprofits in the United States are a major part of her job at Christie’s.
The case against Harvey Weinstein took on an international dimension Thursday, with police in New York and Britain launching investigations -- while a fourth woman accused the movie mogul of rape.
International Mugham Center started a new season of the evenings of mugham on October 11.
Writers from across the political spectrum take on the fallout from accusations of sexual misconduct by the Hollywood producer.
Writers from across the political spectrum take on the fallout from accusations of sexual misconduct by the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
A dysfunctional Noah Baumbach family comes to Netflix. And Spike throws a Friday the 13th marathon ending with Stephen King’s killer clown.
Walk with Ai Weiwei through his newest outdoor art project in New York, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” which tackles issues of immigration and inclusion.
Montreal actress Erika Rosenbaum is adding her voice to those accusing Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and assault.
In a hybrid of concert and autobiography, Bruce Springsteen delivers a major statement about his life’s work — but also a major revision of it.
In a hybrid of concert and autobiography, Bruce Springsteen delivers a major statement about his life’s work — but also a major revision of it.
The scandal enveloping Hollywood grew wider Thursday when actress Rose McGowan accused movie producer Harvey Weinstein of raping her, and then pleaded with one of America’s most powerful busines
Meta layers pile up with regularity in these “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Deadpool” days. But a film in which we watch a man watching a man who watched other men and women? That may set a n
London's Beal Secondary' has pulled the plug on plans to stage The Wiz this year amid criticism the production would be a "white-washing" of the Wiza
Diversity is the defining feature of the books nominated for this year’s Le Choix Goncourt de l’Orient prize.
Bruce Springsteen opens his new Broadway show with some terrifically unnecessary advice — namely, an accounting of some of the attributes you might find helpful “if you ever come face to face
Bruce Springsteen opens his new Broadway show with some terrifically unnecessary advice — namely, an accounting of some of the attributes you might find helpful “if you ever come face to face
As a fairly recent acolyte of filmmaker David Lynch, musician and comic Reggie Watts decided to indoctrinate himself: first with the 30 episodes of the original “Twin Peaks” TV series, followe
More than a dozen mostly Los Angeles-based Americana acts will gather Oct. 17 for “Runnin’ Down a Dream: A Tribute to Tom Petty” to benefit the MusiCares Foundation, the Recording Academy’
A timeline of the sexual misconduct accusations against Harvey Weinstein and the continuing fallout from the scandal.
Movie recommendations from critics Kenneth Turan and Justin Chang. Battle of the Sexes This enjoyable and entertaining film, with the gifted and innately likable actors Emma Stone and Steve Carel
Dana Brunetti has produced a number of big films over the years: “Captain Phillips,” “The Social Network,” “Fifty Shades of Grey.” But he’s never liked to tell people that he’s a m
Dana Brunetti has produced a number of big films over the years: “Captain Phillips,” “The Social Network,” “Fifty Shades of Grey.” But he’s never liked to tell people that he’s a m
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