By Andrew P. Napolitano
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A melancholy sense of lost opportunity pervades "Silent Night," an opera that tells of a moment in World War I when soldiers from hostile nations joined together for an informal truce on Christmas Eve, 1914.
The Opera Company of Philadelphia is getting a new name that officials say is in better harmony with the organization's move toward more innovative programming, public outreach and greater diversity in its repertoire.
The Philadelphia Orchestra is out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Organizers of a classical music festival in Zimbabwe say authorities arrested a prominent British music personality at a concert in the second city of Bulawayo.
Theater stagehands and other workers at three Philadelphia venues ended a daylong strike Saturday, announcing a one-week cooling-off period to allow for more talks and for Sunday events _ including a production of the opera "Carmen" _ to go on as planned.
Theater stagehands and other workers at three Philadelphia venues have gone on strike, prompting three theaters to cancel all Saturday shows.
Theater stagehands in Philadelphia have gone on strike, forcing three theaters to close and all of Saturday's shows to be canceled.
The musicians known as the Fabulous Philadelphians are feeling more drab than fab about their management these days.