Author Archive

Tenor trois more than good enough for Gounod in Met’s “Romeo et Juliette” – Apr 24, 2018

Sumptuous is the word for the Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Roméo …

May 24 – Apr 21, 2018

NOVUS NY
Choir of Trinity Wall Street
Julian Wachner, conductor
Melissa …

Grand Rapids Symphony attracts a crowd to Carnegie Hall – Apr 21, 2018

“Spring For Music,” the short-lived Carnegie Hall series that brought in …

Miller Theatre offers a portrait of Rzewski from teenager to today – Apr 20, 2018

Miller Theatre’s Composer Portrait series is invaluable because rather than presenting …

April 21 – Apr 19, 2018

Sarah Nelson Craft, mezzo-soprano
Alden Gatt, pianist
Schumann: Fraunliebe und leben, …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 18, 2018

Fred Rzewski is one of the great American composers, and his …

From a shower to a sweatshop, MATA Festival opens with a dizzying range of music – Apr 11, 2018

When the MATA Festival is at its best, as it has …

Polished and pastoral Victoria delivered from Stile Antico – Apr 09, 2018

Even to the practiced ear, the great composers of polyphonic Renaissance …

Worlds collide with rewards at American Composers Orchestra concert – Apr 07, 2018

Jazz and classical music have been in an awkward dance nearly …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 04, 2018

Spring is creeping in at an agonizingly slow pace in New …