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Rare Violin Tests Germany’s Commitment to Atone for Its Nazi Past
The instrument’s holders refuse to compensate the heirs of a Jewish music dealer, jeopardizing a system for restitution that has been in place for nearly two decades. 2021-01-25 17:38:52Catherine Hickley

Tamara Lindeman's New Album 'Ignorance' Explores Climate Change
The 36-year-old Canadian musician Tamara Lindeman’s piercing new album, “Ignorance,” explores the emotional impacts of a global problem. 2021-01-25 19:44:46Lindsay Zoladz

An Organ Recital, With a Coronavirus Shot
Salisbury Cathedral is joining Britain’s vaccination drive, and its organists are providing a musical accompaniment. They’re even taking requests. 2021-01-25 16:20:03Alex Marshall

Billie Eilish and Rosalía Join Eccentric Forces, and 12 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Weezer, Camilo, Deb Never and others. 2021-01-22 21:03:45Jon Pareles, Jon Caramanica, Giovanni Russonello and Lindsay Zoladz

Elias Rahbani, Lebanese Composer Who Sought New Sounds, Dies at 82
He was one of Lebanon’s most prolific composers, writing music for divas, TV ads, movies and underground bands. He died of Covid-19. 2021-01-25 21:31:46Vivian Yee

Flaming Lips Use of Plastic Bubbles at Concerts Leave Covid-19 Experts Unsure
Medical professionals questioned how well the individual plastic bubbles protected band members and concertgoers from the coronavirus. 2021-01-26 14:14:06Johnny Diaz

The Metropolitan Opera Hires Its First Chief Diversity Officer
Marcia Sells has been brought on to rethink equity and inclusion at the largest performing arts institution in the United States. 2021-01-25 18:32:19Joshua Barone

Morgan Wallen Repeats at No. 1 With Big Streaming Numbers
Songs from the country star’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” were streamed 177 million times in its second week out. 2021-01-25 18:58:29Ben Sisario

'Framing Britney Spears’: The Long Fight to ‘Free Britney’
Britney Spears hasn’t been able to fully live her own life for 13 years, stuck in a court-sanctioned conservatorship. A new documentary by The New York Times examines what the public might not know about the pop star’s court battle with her father for control of her estate. 2021-01-25 19:09:19

Junior Mance, Jazz Pianist Who Played With Giants, Dies at 92
After working with Dizzy Gillespie and many others, he emerged as, in one critic’s words, “one of the most swinging and utterly delightful pianists in jazz.” 2021-01-24 15:22:06Richard Sandomir

Things To Do At Home
This week, celebrate Australia Day, make masala chai and listen to Natalie Portman discuss her new children’s book. 2021-01-24 03:21:06Katherine Cusumano and Emma Grillo

Jimmie Rodgers, Who Sang ‘Honeycomb’ and Other Hits, Dies at 87
His crossover appeal landed him on the charts often in the 1950s and ’60s, but a violent incident in 1967 derailed his career. 2021-01-24 20:56:33Neil Genzlinger

Ticket Brokers Agree to Pay Millions in Scalping Settlements
The settlements are the first enforcement actions brought under the Better Online Ticket Sales Act, which was designed to prevent brokers from buying large numbers of tickets. 2021-01-22 21:07:41Sarah Bahr

Salt-N-Pepa, Hip-Hop Duo That Spoke Up for Women, Tell Their Own Story
In a new biopic for Lifetime, this rap group that got its start in 1980s New York traces its roots and its conflicts. 2021-01-25 00:27:27Steve Knopper

What Defines Domestic Abuse? Survivors Say It’s More Than Assault
The Congresswoman Cori Bush and the musician FKA twigs describe how manipulative, isolating conduct known as “coercive control” helped trap them in abusive relationships. Lawmakers are starting to listen. 2021-01-26 22:31:07Melena Ryzik and Katie Benner

Prompted by the Pandemic, Opera Philadelphia Innovates Online
With its own streaming service and a string of premieres, this company is setting the pace for virtual performances. 2021-01-22 15:04:01Seth Colter Walls

He Called His Song ‘American Anthem.’ It Actually Became One.
In his inaugural address, President Biden quoted Gene Scheer’s song, a patriotic hymn championed by the opera star Denyce Graves and recorded by Norah Jones for a Ken Burns soundtrack. 2021-01-22 15:12:02Abby Ellin

Elijah Moshinsky, Met Opera Director With Fanciful Touch, Dies at 75
Mr. Moshinsky, known for mixing traditional staging ideas with modern flourishes, also created productions for the Royal Opera and Opera Australia. He died of Covid-19. 2021-01-21 23:53:19Anthony Tommasini

Glastonbury Festival Canceled for a Second Year Due to Pandemic
Britain’s biggest music event won’t take place for a second year in a row. The decision has sent shock waves across Europe, where festivals have already been asking politicians for help. 2021-01-23 14:09:45Alex Marshall

Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez Led a Musically Earnest Inauguration
Artists including Bruce Springsteen, Demi Lovato and John Legend tried to bring together an America that couldn’t gather in person, and irony and bombast were banished. 2021-01-21 18:35:23Jon Pareles

Palberta Blends Big-Tent Pop and Art-Rock on ‘Palberta5000’
The New York trio remains gleefully odd on an album recorded in just four days. 2021-01-22 15:03:42Lindsay Zoladz

Playing Bach, Was He a Pioneer or a Reactionary?
The conductor and keyboardist Karl Richter’s legacy can be explored anew with a 100-disc box set. 2021-01-22 13:39:19David Allen

Lawmakers Push for ‘Selena’ to Be Added to National Film Registry
Lawmakers and experts hope that by adding the film to the National Film Registry, more doors could open for Latinos in movies and television. 2021-01-25 01:10:22Christina Morales

5 Things to Do This Weekend
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually. 2021-01-21 10:00:32

Lil Wayne, Kodak Black and Others Pardoned by Trump
An executive from Jay-Z’s Roc Nation and a founder of Death Row Records also received pardons or commutations, capping a long, strange relationship between the former president and the rap world. 2021-01-21 00:33:26Joe Coscarelli

Arlo Parks Wants Her Songs to ‘Feel Like Surround Sound Cinema’
The 20-year-old British singer and songwriter makes music that captures modern-day misery in a way that feels improbably heartening. Her debut album is due this month. 2021-01-21 01:11:50David Peisner

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