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Julius Caesar takes the Big Peach

The Atlanta Opera’s Handel is anything but stuffy

Straight Lace

Open House

The James Rose Center, a modernist home in New Jersey, hosts an exhibition of art and furniture that align with the architecture’s Zen ethos

Ancient History

From operas on Nixon, Klinghoffer, J. Robert Oppenheimer, and women of the Gold Rush, John Adams progresses to Shakespeare

Moving Mountains

The Hidden Highsmith

A new documentary about the author of The Talented Mr. Ripley delves into the writer’s love life

The Yellow and the Blue

Led by their American music director Hobart Earle, the Odessa Philharmonic flies Ukraine’s colors in Berlin

Holding Still

Songs in the Key of Life

Birkin’s Baggage

On the occasion of her new album, Jane Birkin looks back on old love

London’s 34th Billy Elliot

Caught live at the Victoria Palace Theatre in 2014, Elliott Hanna makes a legendary part his own

Voice of a Generation

A one-woman spoken-word odyssey of Kurt Cobain’s life has captured the attention of critics, and Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Zola Ganzorigt

The business-school student turned manicurist has quickly become Hollywood’s favorite nail artist

Super Star Power

More than half a century after Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol hooked up, their mystique endures. Now Edie’s sister Alice is making sense of it all

A Moveable Feast

A road trip along France’s Côte d’Azur, with stops at five 20th-century modernist houses along the way

Golden Years

Bad Samaritans

From Glyndebourne, Ethyl Smyth’s ill-starred, tremendous The Wreckers (1906), at last in the original French

Gold Standard

Second-Guessing Puccini

Live from Salzburg 2022, Asmik Grigorian takes on the trifecta Il Trittico

Strong as Steel

In Her Glory

Norway’s Lise Davidsen triumphs as Richard Strauss’s Grecian princess Ariadne

Making a Murderer

In London, a new play about President Vladimir Putin and Boris Berezovsky, from the man behind The Crown, is both topical and terrifying

State of Grace

It’s a Bird, It’s a Song … It’s The Birdsong Project!

With more than 200 artists, from Nick Cave to Yo-Yo Ma, offering their takes on avian-inspired sound, there’s something for everyone