In honor of the 150th anniversary of the maestro’s birth, music historian, Harvey Sachs, published “Toscanini: Musician of Conscience," his second biography on one of the greatest conductors of all time.
Marianna Pizzolato nel ruolo di Isabella per "L'Italiana in Algeri" di G. Rossini.
For the third consecutive year, i-Italy is taking a look at things Italian at the Met and beyond in New York. This month we have new productions of "Anna Bolena" and "Don Giovanni", the reprise of "Il barbiere di Siviglia", a conversation with bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni at NYU, and the Met's HD program in Italy
With the spring season heading to its conclusion, two of the greatest conductors alive, James Levine and Riccardo Muti, led their orchestras to success during an intense week of musical events at Carnegie Hall
Our second immersion in what's Italian in the New York classical music scene. The Met announces its new season while Muti debuts with Verdi's Attila. The DiCapo Opera Theatre presents a new work, while March promises plenty of Italian repertoire
Interview. The great Italian conductor has been in New York since early February working on a new production of Verdi's early opera Attila, and will remain in town through mid-March performing almost every night between the Metropolitan Opera House and Avery Fisher Hall with the New York Philharmonic
September 18, the book "Pavarotti e La Boheme" was donated to NYPL in a small ceremony. Among those present Jacqueline Davis, executive Director of NYPL of Performing Arts, Marilena Ferrari, CEO FMR and Nicoletta Mantovani Pavarotti. A concert and a dinner followed