Lee takes center stage at Morgan
A modernized and punchy 'Falstaff'
A month of black history
Kirov lights up stage with Rossini work
Voigt sizzles in a hot 'Salome'
The enduring influence of Toscanini
With Turner and Irwin, 'Woolf' has sharp claws
The Free Sheet
Standards and a premiere but no 'Ring'
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Remembering Apple and stories of his adventures
Players told to get a grip
Composer on the fast track
Cleveland's stellar orchestra takes a detour to D.C.
Unusual musical offerings
Shostakovich and his symphony secrets
Making a Broadway show portable is a challenge
Keeping the history of jazz alive
It's almost heaven with all this Mahler
Chaucer's earthy 'Tales' are long, but still relevant
'L'elisir' performance is satisfying, spirited
Karrin Allyson adds voice to jazz classics
Playwrights plow field of politics
High school achievers hear a few notes on life
BSO could use a visit from makeover guys
Hearing 'a voice of God' in Mozart
Spotlighters' play, 'Months on End,' comes at you fast
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Most honorable mentions Review: This year's edition of the Kennedy Center Honors lets clips of past honorees overshadow the current winners.
Off-campus studies for master's degree Goucher: Most courses in the new administration program, starting next August, will be presented electronically.
Choir not for students only Auditions: Almost anyone who can carry a tune can perform with Morgan State University's widely acclaimed musicians.
Orchestra purrs along under Gatti
Theater, book critics to address Hopkins forums Speakers: Robert Brustein and Jonathan Yardley to take part in 'Odyssey' series. Book event scheduled Nov. 12.
Jazz veteran Billy Taylor still fights a good fight Music: The 76-year-old pianist continues to play and teach the music he loves.
Where have all the pianists gone? Essay: The century's great players have died, and the generation that might have followed, the Cliburns and Fleishers, has failed to thrive.
Burnishing lines to a fine patina Playwright: Neil Simon's 30th play, 'Proposals' is ready -- after more than a handful of rewrites -- for a pre-Broadway tryout in Washington.
Washington Ballet's moves meet challenges of the music