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October 19, 1998
In Brief: Robert Wilson's "Lohengrin"
October 12, 1998
In Brief: "Der Kaiser von Atlantis"
October 12, 1998
In Brief: The New York Philharmonic

The Philharmonic opens with Beethoven.

October 12, 1998
Of Thee We Sing

The halls -- Carnegie included -- are alive with the sound of George Gershwin's music on the centennial of his birth.

September 28, 1998
In Brief:
"Arnold Schoenberg: Conservative Radical"
September 28, 1998
Handel, With Care

Among the City Opera's new productions, Handel's little-known "Partenope" is the music-theater drama to which a superb ensemble most impressively responds.

August 24, 1998
His Masters' Voices

Passionate about lost performances from the early 1900s, Ward Marston has made a mission of restoring and rereleasing them to a new audience of music lovers.

August 17, 1998
Idomeneo Theory

In 1984, Gerard Schwarz and Mostly Mozart botched Richard Strauss's reworking of Mozart's problem opera. This time around, they got it right.

August 17, 1998
Idomeneo Theory

In 1984, Gerard Schwarz and Mostly Mozart botched Richard Strauss's reworking of Mozart's problem opera. This time around, they got it right.

August 10, 1998
In Brief: "Lucrezia Borgia"

Caramoor's "Lucrezia Borgia" hits its mark.

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