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An Orchestra Adopts a City, One Kid at Time

An Orchestra Adopts a City, One Kid at Time

Stephanie Ali, center left, a third grader in the OrchKids strings class; top, Deonta Carter, a fourth grader; and a practice before the OrchKids 10th anniversary concert.
Is ‘Mass’ Leonard Bernstein’s Best Work, or His Worst?

Is ‘Mass’ Leonard Bernstein’s Best Work, or His Worst?

A scene from Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass” in Elkhanah Pulitzer’s staging, seen here with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and coming next week to the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center.
Corporate America Rallies to Support Furloughed Gov’t Workers with Freebies

Corporate America Rallies to Support Furloughed Gov’t Workers with Freebies

Banks, wireless companies, restaurants, museums, and even a symphony orchestra are giving shutdown freebies to furloughed federal workers.
Baltimore Symphony Musicians Are ‘Stunned’ After Concerts Are Canceled

Baltimore Symphony Musicians Are ‘Stunned’ After Concerts Are Canceled

They react by playing an unscheduled work, Elgar’s “Nimrod,” which is often used for deaths and tragedies.