This Week’s Headlines

Posted on: October 13, 2022

Preparing for a New York Philharmonic concert at the newly renovated David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center. Credit: Christopher Lee/The New York Times

What the reopening of Geffen Hall means for the New York Philharmonic—and the city

Philly Pops considering restoration of historic theater in North Philadelphia

Iowa’s Quad City Symphony to perform new score by Angel Lamb as part of League of American Orchestras commissioning program for women composers

Texas’ Galveston Symphony heads into new season

Cleveland Orchestra gala raises $2 million for education, community engagement

Conductor David Bernard takes on additional role: music director of Long Island’s Eglevsky Ballet

Catching up with cellist Anita Graef, guest artist with Arkansas Philharmonic

Six new members join League of American Orchestras board of directors

Assessing Daniel Barenboim’s impact as musician and public figure while he steps back from conducting

Review: Nathalie Stutzmann bows in as Atlanta Symphony music director; program includes world premiere by Hilary Purrington, commissioned by League of American Orchestras

Review: Hartford Symphony’s all-American concert: Copland, Gershwin, Grofé, and Valerie Coleman

Review: “Tár,” new film starring Cate Blanchett as a fictional orchestra conductor