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Alban Berg's Lulu, premiered in just two acts, depicts a morally decaying and travestied world, and one that was utterly repellent to the Nazi regime...
Karajan recorded two versions of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3, “Eroica,” both featuring the same orchestra. Is one definitive? Two Karajans battle it out...
Carnegie Hall opened its doors for the first time in 1981, Tchaikovsky ushering in a thriving new age of live music and public events in New York City.
Violinist Yehudi Menuhin broke borders both national and musical, earning praise from the likes of Ravi Shankar, Duke Ellington, and Albert Einstein along the way.
"Der Chef's" legend lives on through his unprecedented video legacy. But how much do we know about the conductor behind the camera? Here are 10 fun facts.