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- The 112th Bethlehem Bach Festival: second weekend coming up, May 17 and 18

- A Crop of Recordings XXVI: Shostakovich, Weingartner, Ibert, and Elgar

- New Camerata’s Production of Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia Fits the Me Too Age

- Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung: Design Dialogues with ISAW’s The Ancient World and the Ballet Russes at the Guggenheim

- The San Francisco Symphony under James Gaffigan with Hélène Grimaud in Wagner, Beethoven, Mozart and Barber

- Music in Midtown at CUNY Graduate Center: Bilitis et Babar with Paula Robison and Friends

- Stars Crossing in New York’s Electric City

- The 5th Nitrate Picture Show at the George Eastman Museum, May 3 – 5, 2019, a Preview with a Retrospective of the 4th.

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- Stockbridge: Summer 1966, A memoir of the Berkshire Theatre Festival’s inaugural season — Episode II (of 3): George Tabori’s Production of The Merchant of Venice, set in a Nazi concentration camp

- Stockbridge: Summer 1966, A memoir of the Berkshire Theatre Festival’s inaugural season — Episode I

- A Crop of Recordings XXV: Gliere, Respighi, Lortzing, Antheil, and Wagner

- Allyn Burrows, Artistic Director of Shakespeare and Company, talks to Michael Miller about the 2018 season, directing, acting and actors, and, of course, Shakespeare.

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- May 15, 2019 The 112th Bethlehem Bach Festival: second weekend coming up, May 17 and 18

- May 13, 2019 A Crop of Recordings XXVI: Shostakovich, Weingartner, Ibert, and Elgar

- May 13, 2019 New Camerata’s Production of Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia Fits the Me Too Age

- May 13, 2019 Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung: Design Dialogues with ISAW’s The Ancient World and the Ballet Russes at the Guggenheim

- May 13, 2019 The San Francisco Symphony under James Gaffigan with Hélène Grimaud in Wagner, Beethoven, Mozart and Barber