In a ‘Sea Change,’ Women of the Philharmonic Now Outnumber the Men

Still, many artists hailed the new prevalence of women in the Philharmonic as a significant development.…

Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ Returns to No. 1 for a Third Week

Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” returns to No. 1 on the latest Billboard album chart, notching its third…

Ed Rudy, Chronicler of the Beatles’ First Trip to America, Dies at 93

On Feb. 7, 1964, when the Beatles were greeted by thousands of screaming fans at John…

Gauging Our Return to Office and the Subways, One Tip at a Time

As Azusa Dance belted out the chorus of Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools” just past the…

Taylor Swift Calls Ticketmaster Woes ‘Excruciating’ in Statement to Fans

Following days of ticketing drama that left millions of Taylor Swift fans unhappy, without recourse and…

How Drake Rescued the Long-Lost Art Carnival Luna Luna

“It just felt like something I should have known about,” Goldberg, whose Something Special Studios has…

A Composer’s ‘Travel Guide’ to His Family’s Unspoken Past

“He’s such a rhythmic creature, a lot of it feels instrumental,” Nally said, describing the writing.…

Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar Lead 2023 Grammy Nominations

At the 2021 Grammys, Beyoncé picked up four awards, bringing her total to 28 and making…

Miami Beach Hotel That Hosted the Beatles Is Demolished

In its heyday, the Deauville Beach Resort, a Miami Beach hotel, was a sleek emblem of…

Benjamin Bernheim’s Met Opera Debut Is Worth the Wait

It took a few tries for Benjamin Bernheim to make his Metropolitan Opera debut. Having sung…