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BSO and Nelsons warm up for Asia tour, check off another Shostakovich selection

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4 will replace the Shostakovich during next month's international tour.


Violinist Johnny Gandelsman finds ‘infinite possibilities’ in Bach’s cello suites

Gandelsman's interpretation can be heard on a new album and at an upcoming concert at MIT.

Amid the chaos of this year’s Grammys, some predictions

With the Recording Academy's dysfunction out in the open, we predict this year's winners at our peril. (But we're still betting on "Old Town Road.")

Artists set up their sandbox for an evening of music, dance at NEC

An award-winning evening of sand dance and music comes to Boston.

‘It’s time’: BSO president Mark Volpe announces retirement

After 22 years, Volpe has announced his plans to exit next year.


On the verge of 79, Tom Rush has (almost) no regrets

The folk icon plans his birthday bash, explains whether “farewell” means goodbye, and recalls having a Clint Eastwood experience in an altered state.


With a fantastic cast on board, Enigma Chamber Opera debuts

The new company’s ’The Turn of the Screw’ offered the Victorian-era ghost story as contemporary psychodrama.


At BSO, a new work honoring Taiwan’s oldest music

On Thursday night in Symphony Hall, conductor Yu-An Chang led the premiere of Chihchun Chi-Sun Lee’s "Formosa Triptych."