Archive for November, 2018

“Voices of the Mountains” rattles Carnegie with multi-genre Polish soul – Nov 15, 2018

It seemed as though more Polish than English was being spoken …

An unexpected debut sparks Met’s “Pearl Fishers” revival – Nov 15, 2018

At a storied repertory house like the Metropolitan Opera, the running …

Alexander Quartet brings an intimate simplicity to cornerstone rep – Nov 15, 2018

The Alexander String Quartet entered the Baruch Performing Arts Center stage …

Doing good by playing well, Versoi Ensemble makes an auspicious debut – Nov 14, 2018

Versoi Ensemble, a socially-minded group of string players who aim to …

Philadelphia Orchestra program adds up to more than its parts – Nov 14, 2018

It’s one thing to present an odd program on your home …

Genre-crossing opera about border conflict a timely work in progress – Nov 10, 2018

An opera set along the tumultuous U.S.-Mexico border got a timely …

Ligeti past is prologue for JACK Quartet’s program of new music – Nov 10, 2018

Contemporary classical composition is going in so many different directions, that …

Boito’s entertaining hell is open for business with Met’s “Mefistofele” – Nov 09, 2018

An important literary figure in his time, Arrigo Boito is best …

Barenboim, West-Eastern Divan Orchestra bring idealism, chops to Carnegie Hall – Nov 09, 2018

A sense of public service suffused Thursday’s concert at Carnegie Hall …

Cuomo’s “Savage Winter” retools “Winterreise” for an American storm – Nov 08, 2018

Winterreise provides endless rewards to artists. Schubert’s masterful cycle seems to …

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