People love mothers for all the hallmark reasons: for their compassion and patience, not to mention giving birth. But some moms aren't exactly greeting card friendly — and none less so than those who live in the opera house.
A frustrated New York theater critic smashed up a woman's cell phone because she kept using it during a musical performance based on "War and Peace." New Criterion critic Kevin Williamson took the law into his own hands when...
An encouragingly positive blog post from Larry Page reveals the Google CEO has vocal cord paralysis, a rare condition affecting not one, but both of his vocal cords. Page still has his voice and has been improving it at that.
If Kat Edmonson ever becomes a household name, she can put it down not just to her talent as a jazz singer, but to some decidedly modern financing as well. The 29-year-old Texan, an old-school chanteuse with a contemporary lilt, has funded production of her second album...
Even with one of the world's most athletic opera singers at her side and plenty of practice, American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato reckons the latest London production of Gioachino Rossini's "La Donna Del Lago" is the challenge of a lifetime. DiDonato and Peruvian tenor...
Maybe you've heard of the Alexander technique somewhere along your musical journey. If so, you're probably aware that it has something to do with helping relieve excess tension. Perhaps you've seen people lying down on the floor with books behind their heads, or an Alexander...
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