Archive for April, 2018

Chamber players celebrate Bolcom’s 80th in diverse style – Apr 30, 2018

William Bolcom’s emotionally direct, often witty music has won him many …

Pollini shows age-defying mastery in landmark Carnegie recital – Apr 30, 2018

Maurizio Pollini’s Sunday recital marked the fiftieth anniversary of his debut …

Lisa Moore brings empathy and grace to Janaček’s solo piano works – Apr 28, 2018

Before she sat down at Bargemusic Friday night to play all …

Gardner impresses with varied program in Philharmonic debut – Apr 27, 2018

The opening item was an unusual one, the 1906 “Symphonic Fantasy” …

Trifonov’s Chopin at Carnegie emphasizes brilliance over expression – Apr 26, 2018

The good news about the all-Chopin program that pianist Daniil Trifonov …

A mixed evening of diverse cycles from Brownlee at Zankel Hall – Apr 25, 2018

What happens to a dream deferred?  If it’s a dream of …

Tenor trois more than good enough for Gounod in Met’s “Romeo et Juliette” – Apr 24, 2018

Sumptuous is the word for the Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Roméo …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 23, 2018

During this very piano-ish week in New York, you can catch …

The diva is the diva: Netrebko sensational in first “Tosca” at the Met – Apr 22, 2018

This was the role debut Metropolitan Opera audiences have been dreaming …

Grand Rapids Symphony attracts a crowd to Carnegie Hall – Apr 21, 2018

“Spring For Music,” the short-lived Carnegie Hall series that brought in …

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