Archive for April, 2019

Montclair Orchestra shines brightest in Haydn, Bizet – Apr 29, 2019

The Montclair Orchestra rose above a rocky outing with Berlioz’s Les …

Goerke, Jordan illuminate the twilight in Met’s “Götterdämmerung” – Apr 28, 2019

It’s fitting that Wagner’s epic Ring cycle, a nearly nineteen-hour experience …

A pair of tragic symphonies with varied results from Bychkov, Philharmonic – Apr 25, 2019

At Wednesday’s concert of the New York Philharmonic, sober reflection and …

Violinist Hemsing makes an impression in duo recital – Apr 25, 2019

Though not completely unknown—she has several albums and collaborations with artists …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 24, 2019

Like its younger sister, the Angel’s Share, the Crypt Sessions series …

May 27 – Apr 22, 2019

New York Philharmomnic
Jaap van Zweden, conductor
Bruckner: Symphony No. 8…

Critic’s Choice – Apr 17, 2019

The relative lull of a holiday week turns the spotlight to …

Chamber Music Society evokes the otherworldly mystery of George Crumb – Apr 17, 2019

George Crumb will turn 90 in October, and this week the …

Affecting “Bound” probes dissonances of second-generation Americans – Apr 16, 2019

One day in 2012, TV viewers in Houston watched as Diane …

Ehnes’s rapturous Sibelius highlights a mixed night from Gardner, London Philharmonic – Apr 16, 2019

The Great Performers series at Lincoln Center started the week off …