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Carnegie Hall to offer a musical multitude in 125th anniversary season – Jan 29, 2015

Carnegie Hall, under executive and artistic director Clive Gillinson, is arguably the…

Bartok heats up Philharmonic program in unsettled week – Jan 29, 2015

One of the few casualties of this week’s blizzard of historic proportions…

Critic’s Choice – Jan 28, 2015

New York City is full of some of the finest musicians in…

Pomerium delivers beauty and wisdom in sacred rarities – Jan 27, 2015

The inherent strength of the early music movement is that, along with…

January 30 – Jan 25, 2015

Argento Ensemble
Michel Galante, conductor
Tristan Murail in America
6 p.m. Austrian…

Salonen to assume prominent role with New York Philharmonic through 2018 – Jan 21, 2015

What’s new is more than just a question, it’s now an expression…

Critic’s Choice – Jan 20, 2015


Through the simple device of moving performances out of the Grace Rainey

JACK Quartet makes the abstract absorbing at Roulette – Jan 17, 2015

Partway through JACK Quartet’s Friday night concert at Roulette, something unusual occurred;…

Argento Ensemble offers an earthy, profound “Das Lied” – Jan 16, 2015

Gustav Mahler spent three years in New York City, from 1908–11, where…

Yoon premiere is lost in the stars at Prototype Festival – Jan 15, 2015

The mysteries of meaning in the dreams of others are—despite the received…