Archive for April, 2018

Eschenbach, Philharmonic journey from lithe Mozart to elemental Bruckner – Apr 20, 2018

They occupied separate centuries, but the Austrian compatriots Mozart and Bruckner …

Miller Theatre offers a portrait of Rzewski from teenager to today – Apr 20, 2018

Miller Theatre’s Composer Portrait series is invaluable because rather than presenting …

Songs of Schumann and Brahms (inspired by Clara) from Padmore and Lewis – Apr 20, 2018

There was a theme to the recital by Mark Padmore and …

April 20 – Apr 19, 2018

The Orchestra Now
Jan Latham-Koenig, conductor
Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a …

A can-do cast delights in Carnegie Hall’s “Candide” – Apr 19, 2018

Leonard Bernstein’s Candide is a show so fast-paced, so filled with …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 18, 2018

Fred Rzewski is one of the great American composers, and his …

Goode explores four centuries of keyboard music at Lincoln Center – Apr 18, 2018

On Tuesday, Richard Goode was bent on showing the range he …

Massenet’s glorious score emerges as the star in Met’s riotous “Cendrillon” – Apr 13, 2018

The Metropolitan Opera has found its sense of humor—in the person …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 12, 2018

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

The International Street Cannibals don’t eat …

Artemis Quartet brings clarity and concentrated emotion to Zankel Hall – Apr 11, 2018

The main trend in concert programming these days seems to be …

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