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Bezuidenhout displays rare artistry and insight with Freiburg Baroque Orchestra – May 20, 2018

For many listeners, the greatest pleasure in historically informed performance is …

Gražinytè-Tyla makes outstanding showing with MET Orchestra – May 19, 2018

Friday’s news brought a reminder that the Metropolitan Opera has been …

Chiara Quartet bids farewell with new Glass, classic artistry – May 13, 2018

The final local concert from the Chiara String Quartet Saturday afternoon …

Rattle and LSO can’t quite make a case for the Mahler/Cooke Tenth Symphony – May 08, 2018

The London Symphony Orchestra, under Simon Rattle, concluded their weekend series …

Trifonov is extraordinary in his survey of 20th Century piano – May 05, 2018

Daniil Trifonov’s Carnegie Hall Perspectives Series came to an end a …

Lisa Moore brings empathy and grace to Janaček’s solo piano works – Apr 28, 2018

Before she sat down at Bargemusic Friday night to play all …

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 …


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