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Trifonov’s concerto a rare epic fail; Gergiev, Mariinsky save evening with Prokofiev – Nov 16, 2017

The latest installment of Daniil Trifonov’s Perspectives Series at Carnegie Hall …

With lustrous singing by Pérez, Met’s “Thaïs” eventually sees the light – Nov 12, 2017

Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. is an odd time to open …

“Quixote” rallies and “Kaddish” bristles at Philharmonic’s Bernstein Festival – Nov 10, 2017

The story improves with each retelling: November 14, 1943, the New …

The past is prologue for Borowiak’s program of Chopin and Pelosi – Nov 06, 2017

On Sunday night, Mateusz Borowiak opened a series of concerts he …

Back to the Future: Leila Josefowicz finds fresh treasure in arrangements and rarities – Nov 01, 2017

Leila Josefowicz doesn’t appear to be a revolutionary. The violinist’s debut …

Trifonov brings fresh illumination to Chopin in Carnegie recital – Oct 29, 2017

Take a piece that classical pianists have been playing for nearly …

Schwarz, Juilliard Orchestra deliver stellar advocacy for neglected American composers – Oct 27, 2017

In the middle of the last century, there was a group …

Moving into new stage, Fleming displays familiar artistry at Carnegie Hall – Oct 24, 2017

Last spring, Renée Fleming announced that she would be leaving the …

November 21 – Oct 22, 2017

Metropolitan Opera
Adès: The Exterminating Angel
Audrey Luna, Amanda Echalaz, Iestyn …

JACK Quartet opens “Soundscape America” series with the modernist past and present – Oct 20, 2017

JACK Quartet has their own mini-series at Miller Theatre this week—“Soundscape …