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“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 …

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 …

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 …

Composer’s arrows hit the target at Spectrum’s Rzewski Festival – Nov 07, 2018

The brave enterprise that is the Rzewski Festival at Brooklyn’s Spectrum …

Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony, provide illuminating “Perspective” on Stravinsky – Oct 05, 2018

Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas likes to recall how, as a precocious …

Van Zweden opens Philharmonic tenure with feel-good premiere, spectacular Stravinsky – Sep 22, 2018

It seems that if the New York Philharmonic’s new music director …

Composer, Cuckson shine darkly, intensely in Hersch’s music for violin and piano – Sep 19, 2018

It was Béla Bartók who titled one of his chamber works …

Jerome Rose opens International Keyboard Festival with a night of fantasy – Jul 16, 2018

It was time to put away the plaster busts of Beethoven, …

Salonen, Philharmonic close season with multimedia wrap party – Jun 09, 2018

It was all hands on deck, plus eighteen feet on the …

Spiritual journeys and operatic thrills mark Thea Musgrave’s 90th birthday – May 28, 2018

The shortest piece on Sunday’s program by the New York Virtuoso …

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