As part of the New York Philharmonic’s October residency at the University of Michigan, members of the brass section will join the Michigan Marching Band during halftime of the homecoming game against Northwestern.
A group bidding for the assets of the bankrupt New York City Opera is using a name that already belongs to another opera company.
A dance festival in The Hague, a focus on the artist Simon Starling in Mexico City and a production of “Die Fledermaus” in Tokyo are in this week’s lineup of international art events.
The production, which has had huge success at the box office on Broadway, will open at the Theater Royal Haymarket in the city’s West End in May.
It’s a rare rupture in the image-conscious world of Broadway and another bump in the road for a highly anticipated musical.
Chilina Kennedy will succeed Jessie Mueller, who won a Tony Award in the role of Carole King.
The brothers, who have a long history with the festival, will be the first co-presidents of the jury.