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Carlo Pallavicino’s forgotten opera delights the ear and the eye in this contemporary restoration.

Laurent Pelly’s whimsical production and a stellar cast make a major hit of Rossini’s familiar opera buffa.

The all-female Zohra orchestra is among fleeing affiliates of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music who hope to reestablish the organization

The San Francisco Symphony and the LA Phil are up for awards again.

Conductor Garrett Keast and a cadre of Berlin-based musicians release a disc with American musical roots and branches.

Anne Hege debuts as the pioneering ensemble’s new artistic director in “Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal,” Dec. 11 and 17.

In January, the series presents “Gratitude,” a concert featuring more than 125 musicians.

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