Archive for 2018

Soprano Feola lifts a mixed all-Mozart night at Mostly Mozart – Aug 04, 2018

There’s a school of thought in classical music performance that says …

National Youth Orchestra of USA brings fresh joy to music at Carnegie Hall – Jul 20, 2018

The National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America is …

Mostly Mozart Festival provides stirring advocacy for Bernstein’s exhilarating, maddening “MASS” – Jul 18, 2018

Leonard Bernstein’s career challenged the accepted notion that high art and …

Utah Arts Review to launch this fall – Jul 17, 2018

I’m delighted to announce the launch of Utah Arts Review, our …

Jerome Rose opens International Keyboard Festival with a night of fantasy – Jul 16, 2018

It was time to put away the plaster busts of Beethoven, …

Cuckson and Iverson celebrate (mostly) American music in Brooklyn – Jun 25, 2018

Glenn Cornett’s Spectrum venue moved last year from his apartment on …

Sia piano recital shows the pitfalls of self-presentation at Carnegie – Jun 22, 2018

Pianist Jason Sia, a busy and well-respected performer and pedagogue in …

August 14 – Jun 19, 2018

Earle Brown Music Foundation
Time Spans Festival
Bozzini Quartet
Cassandra Miller: …

Salonen, Philharmonic close season with multimedia wrap party – Jun 09, 2018

It was all hands on deck, plus eighteen feet on the …

Death becomes cryptic venue in premiere of “The Rose Elf” – Jun 07, 2018

The classical music presenter Unison Media, under the slogan ‚ÄúDeath of …


Subscribe

 Subscribe via RSS