Author Archive

February 23 – Jan 26, 2017

Profeti della Quinta
Salamone Rossi, Monteverdi
7 p.m. Metropolitan Museum of …

Glass, Trifonov, Jansen and a blast from the ’60s in Carnegie Hall’s 2017-18 season – Jan 25, 2017

Carnegie Hall announced their 2017–18 season Wednesday, with nine months full …

Critic’s Choice – Jan 25, 2017

There are times when the experienced (and possibly slightly jaded) critic …

Barenboim, Staatakapelle Berlin deliver a night to remember with thrilling Bruckner Fifth – Jan 25, 2017

One of the most remarkable events in the history of classical …

With future uncertain, “CONTACT!” series continues to strike sparks – Jan 24, 2017

The New York Philharmonic’s CONTACT! new music series had its first …

Barenboim launches Bruckner cycle with First Symphony, individual Mozart – Jan 20, 2017

One of the most important and widely anticipated events of the …

ACRONYM makes a stylish case for Rosenmüller’s music – Jan 16, 2017

The pleasurable paradox of the early music movement is how many …

Egarr’s remarkable artistry opens door to fascinating musical world – Jan 13, 2017

The modern piano, with its dynamic range, brilliance, and power, is …

Critic’s Choice – Jan 10, 2017

The Baroque era so dominates our view of early music in …

Prototype opens with absorbing, finely crafted “Mata Hari” – Jan 06, 2017

Prototype, one of the foremost presenters of new opera and music …