Flutists be feeling it (kind of).
Whoever succeeds Zarin Mehta as executive director will have to work to continue breaking down the idea that the Philharmonic is forbidding and elitist.
Oops: The company has been granted travel licenses, but the folks financing the excursion aren't allowed in.
Just in case any classical-music fans ever get sick of Flight Control or Stick Wars.
What on earth is so hateable about an instrument mostly known as the one that no one in your tenth-grade concert band wanted to play?
The conductor has jilted a besotted New York Philharmonic not just once or twice, but three times.
New York classical critic Justin Davidson on the historic concert and its aftermath.