Lincoln Center Fest #2: Terry Riley Talks In C

Robert Moog, Pauline Oliveros, Jaron Lanier in first all-electronic version of minimalist masterpiece.

Lincoln Center Fest #1: Writing To Vermeer Opens Festival

Other opening shows featured dance, theater, classical music.

Sonicnet's Guide To Lincoln Center Festival 2000

Highlights include works by Monk and Messiaen and the U.S. premiere of an opera by Louis Andriessen.

American Composer Alan Hovhaness Dies At 89

Inspired by nature, he wrote thousands of works and melded Eastern, Western musical styles.

American Mavericks #9: John Adams Conducts Own Works

Versatile composer leads New World Symphony in Shaker Loops and Grand Pianola Music.

Review: Bryn Terfel Returns Triumphantly In Stravinsky's Rake

Baritone's back problems appear to be behind him.

Plácido Domingo Celebrates 30 Years With San Francisco Opera

At a black-tie gala, the legend reminds his audience why he is considered one of the world’s greatest tenors.

Berkeley Festival: Where Horses Meet Handel

Centerpiece of this year's event is reconstruction of 1612 equestrian ballet.

Review: Jake Heggie's Songs Explored In Concert

Performance includes sneak preview of opera Dead Man Walking.

Heggie's 'Dead Man Walking' Opera To Get Sneak Preview

San Francisco concert to feature performances by mezzo Frederica von Stade.

Flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal Remembered As Gracious, Kind

Itzhak Perlman, Ravi Shankar, James Galway offer recollections of his musical, personal gifts.

Renowned Flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal Dies At 78

Artist is fondly remembered for his skill and spirit.

Organist Paul Jacobs Readies Marathon Bach Series

More than 200 pieces to be performed in 14 consecutive days.

Bocelli, Church Among Winners At Classical BRIT Awards

Inaugural event hopes to broaden audience for classical music.

Stradivari Violin Fetches $1.3 Million At Auction

Instrument was crafted at start of Stradivari's golden period.

First Classical BRIT Awards To Be Handed Out

Awards reflect rise of classical sales in UK.

MP3.com, Sony, Universal Launching Online Subscription Services

Announcement follows copyright infringement ruling against MP3.com.

Mystical To Meet Musical In John Tavener Concert

Performers to include Sir Paul McCartney, Tallis Scholars.

Messiaen, Moog, Monk Mingle In Lincoln Center Festival 2000 Lineup

Event to feature opera, avant-garde, classical, electronic music as well as dance, theater, video, film.

Paris Opera To Premiere Piece Inspired By Kafka Novel

Full-length show based on author's 'The Trial' to highlight 2000-01 schedule, announced last week.

Krzysztof Penderecki Discusses New Violin Sonata

Work is one of the longest violin sonatas written by a major composer in the past century.

Weill's Die Bürgschaft Premieres On New CD

Noted Weill champion Julius Rudel conducts.

State Of The Art: New Ways Of Performing, Listening Emerge

Conductors say boundaries of classical music are being tested.

Bryn Terfel Cancels Sweeney Todd Performances

Baritone bows out as barber because of back injury.