Archive for 2017

Fischer and supreme cast deliver essential Mozart with “Don Giovanni” – Aug 18, 2017

Don Giovanni is a ubiquitous part of opera seasons worldwide, and …

Dell’Arte Opera serves up a racy and exuberant “La Calisto” – Aug 13, 2017

The god Jove’s job description surely includes something besides donning disguises …

JL Adams achieves a timeless simplicity in new work for JACK Quartet – Aug 04, 2017

One of the most fruitful current collaborations in classical music is …

Excellent playing lost amid the glitz in Mostly Mozart opener – Jul 26, 2017

It would seem difficult to begin your season with a non …

Plugged in from the start, Morton Subotnick performs a classic and world premiere at Lincoln Center Festival – Jul 21, 2017

Morton Subotnick makes music with a laptop computer and a modular …

Keyboard Festival founder Rose sets the pace with Beethoven, Schumann and Liszt – Jul 17, 2017

An evening with Jerome Rose at the piano is usually an …

Repertoire favorites provide a summer glow at Chamber Music Society – Jul 10, 2017

The hits will just keep coming this month at the Chamber …

Petr Kotik marks 75th birthday with friends and their music – Jun 22, 2017

Petr Kotik sat on the stage at (le) poisson rouge Wednesday …

The underrated Alan Gilbert era of the New York Philharmonic – Jun 14, 2017

When Alan Gilbert began his tenure as New York Philharmonic music …

City Opera wraps pivotal season with probing “Angels in America” – Jun 11, 2017

It was one thing for the reconstituted New York City Opera …


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