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Opera Pick of the Week

From the Grand Théâtre de Genève and the Opéra de Lille, Debussy’s enigmatic Pelléas et Mélisande in a yin-yang pair of new productions

Opera Pick of the Week

Virtual by necessity, the Los Angeles Opera’s shadow-puppet Œdipus Rex capitalizes on artistic techniques refined during the pandemic

Van Gogh by Way of Gehry

George Clinton, Alfresco

The funk musician and his Parliament-Funkadelic collective, including some of his grandkids, open New York City’s summer concert season

Holes in the Wall

Opera Pick of the Week

On Site Opera’s The Road We Came explores Black music history in New York City with walking tours of Manhattan and Harlem

Modern Look

A major show at the Met displays the work of the “New Women” who embraced photography in the first half of the 20th century

Classical Music’s Underdog

The 24-year-old violinist Randall Goosby has shot to fame on an instrument he named “LeBron”

Tropical Taste

Christina Quarles

The L.A.-based artist’s dreamy, colorful work breaks down complex subjects of gender, race, and identity

Espresso à Go-Go!

Our retrofitted Piaggio Apé brings AIR MAIL and java to you

Opera Pick of the Week

The Opéra de Paris comes back to life with The Satin Slipper, Marc-André Dalbavie’s epic of thwarted desire

Pippa Latour de Force

She tricked Nazis into spilling their secrets by posing as a chatty teenage soap saleswoman and just celebrated her 100th birthday

Every Trick in the Book

The magician, professional gambler, and sometime fraudster Steve Forte is spilling his secrets

Opera Pick of the Week

From Houston Grand Opera, a green-screen Hansel and Gretel with TikTok flair

La Scala’s Shining Star

Remembering the Italian ballerina Carla Fracci, Milan’s star dancer who died last month aged 84

Opera Pick of the Week

From Toronto’s Opera Atelier, a Niagara of Baroque images for Handel’s The Resurrection