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Mirò Quartet overcomes lapses with compelling take on Beethoven’s “Razumovsky” – Feb 06, 2016

For most of their season-long programming, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln…

Yuja’s Mozart and Respighi tone poems make for uneasy bedfellows – Feb 04, 2016

“Wang, Mozart, and The Pines of Rome” is the billing for the…

Curtis Orchestra shows their mettle in adventurous program – Feb 02, 2016

Conservatory concerts are intriguing things—often they offer us a glimpse at what…

Radvanovsky riveting in Met’s “Maria Stuarda” – Jan 30, 2016

It’s dangerous to describe anything as “historic” when discussing current events at…

Ehnes brings noble intensity to Beethoven with Philharmonic – Jan 28, 2016

The pairing that the New York Philharmonic presented on Wednesday night was…

A great night for tenors in Met’s uneven “Cav and Pag” – Jan 22, 2016

A second run of an operatic production, particularly one that was coldly…

Philadelphia Orchestra shows itself at home in Viennese program – Jan 15, 2016

For their second Carnegie Hall appearance of the season, Yannick Nézet-Séguin and…

Sopranos, orchestra bring fresh gleam to Met’s “Turandot” – Jan 12, 2016

There are but two Franco Zeffirelli productions left in the Metropolitan Opera’s…

Strong new cast gives fresh life to Met’s popular “Boheme” – Jan 07, 2016

La Bohème is by far the most frequently performed work in the Metropolitan…

Felsenfeld mass makes a magnificent premiere at Trinity Wall Street – Dec 31, 2015

Almost every church in New York offers musical programming of one sort…