Archive for April, 2016

Haitink leads Philharmonic in a magisterial Mahler 9 – Apr 15, 2016

The New York Philharmonic has a history of being a great …

Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony do Copland (and Schumann) right – Apr 14, 2016

On paper, the pairing of Aaron Copland and the San Francisco …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 13, 2016

April is an exciting month for both visiting orchestras and the …

MATA Festival opens with energy and irreverence – Apr 13, 2016

The MATA Festival has reached the age of majority, and under …

Modernist edge rather blunted in Cutting Edge series – Apr 12, 2016

For a series calling itself Cutting Edge Concerts, the program Monday …

Kinnara Ensemble makes impressive showing in works for double choir – Apr 11, 2016

Sundays may be a bare spot on the calendars of most …

ACME delivers fresh, brilliant take on old new music – Apr 10, 2016

The vast majority of classical music concerts are made from music …

Honeck, Philharmonic deliver a sublime Beethoven Sixth – Apr 08, 2016

Manfred Honeck isn’t the flashiest conductor around—an Austrian veteran of relatively …

Hannah Lash portrait shows a young composer rising at Miller Theatre – Apr 08, 2016

Before the music began, there were already two notable things about …

The stars come out for London Foundation concert – Apr 07, 2016

For twenty years now the George London Foundation has been presenting …

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