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People like to think that creators spend their days bursting with energy as they indulge their passions and produce beautiful work. Of course, like anyone else, you are only human. Allowing yourself to be overworked can do a number on your energy, with domino effects...

source: ASCAP

Jeremiah Lockwood comes from a family of cantors, the spiritual leaders that guide Jewish congregations in prayer and song. His grandfather, the late Jacob Konigsberg, served as a cantor in several cities and performed in concerts...

source: NPR

Arguably no monarch was more enthusiastic in taking centre-stage than Louis XIV of France. And quite literally centre-stage. As a seasoned dancer in the Court ballets, he danced some 80 roles — most famously...

source: BBC Music Magazine

It’s no surprise that Neil Gaiman’s darkly comic horror novella Coraline (2002) was turned into one of the most successful and satisfying animated movies of our time. But when Mark-Anthony Turnage crafted it into a chamber...

source: San Francisco Classical Voice

It goes without saying that new seasons indicate new beginnings, but the New York Philharmonic has an extra reason to celebrate: the reopening of David Geffen Hall after a two-year renovation. The ensemble and its music director, Jaap van Zweden, christen their remodelled...

source: The New Yorker

Watch Beanie Feldstein take her emotional final curtain call in Broadway's Funny Girl as the cast pays tribute to her onstage. In addition to Feldstein, Jane Lynch (who was out of the show today), Ramin Karimloo, and Tony nominee...

source: Broadway World


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