Archive for January, 2018

Emotion of the Sixties recollected in tranquility by Kronos Quartet – Jan 20, 2018

 When the title of Carnegie Hall’s annual festival is “The ‘60s: …

An intimate evening of Schubert, among friends, from Chamber Music Society – Jan 20, 2018

In Vienna, the Theater an der Wien, completed in 1801, has …

Jansen provides the highlight in an uneven night for the Royal Concertgebouw – Jan 19, 2018

Carnegie brings the best orchestras in the world to New Yorkers’ …

Cecile Licad brings dazzling keyboard arsenal to Liszt, American composers – Jan 19, 2018

Terry Eder’s Key Pianists concert series is full of surprises. Eder, …

Thibaudet shines in Philharmonic’s mixed night of Ravel – Jan 18, 2018

It had, in some ways, the feeling of a storybook debut: …

Superb cast rouses Met’s dormant “Elixir” – Jan 17, 2018

It might be tempting to write off Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amore as …

Critic’s Choice – Jan 16, 2018

In 1981, at age 20, the Manila-born pianist Cecile Licad joined …

Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra bring fresh thinking to familiar music – Jan 15, 2018

Innovation, disruption. Words can get tossed about so promiscuously they lose …

“Fellow Travelers” explores forbidden love in McCarthy’s shadow at Prototype Festival – Jan 13, 2018

“If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog.” Harry …

Music of Salonen and Debussy provide the highlights in Mälkki’s Philharmonic program – Jan 12, 2018

“Warhorse” is a term of art in classical music, used to …

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