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Passim’s 60th anniversary show is too big for Passim

Artists ranging from Joan Baez to Peter Wolf will celebrate Passim and its predecessor, Club 47, at the Shubert.

Saxophonist Patricia Zárate Pérez’s horn of plenty

The Berklee teacher, music therapist, and homeschooling mother has just released her first album, "Violetas," at the age of 45.

Boston Lyric Opera conductor on the ‘entirely original’ music of 'Fellow Travelers’

The opera tells the story of a secret love affair between male government workers in 1950s America.

Conductor, cancer survivor Bernard Labadie returns to Boston to do ‘what I love to do in my life’

The Canadian will lead a Handel and Haydn Society program featuring Mozart and C.P.E. Bach.

BSO music director Andris Nelsons remarried in Germany this spring

The orchestra released an image featuring the conductor and his wife.

Odyssey Opera presents Pacini’s ‘Mary,’ quite contrary to history

If only the production leaned further into the obscure opera’s over-the-top absurdity

Leipzig Gewandhaus plays Symphony Hall, joins forces with BSO

The storied German orchestra paid its first visit to Boston under Andris Nelsons’s baton.

New Pornographers rediscover a signature sound

Ahead of a show at Royale, frontman Carl Newman explains how the band gravitated back to the sound of some of its earliest records.