Performances

Diamond’s music and influence shine on with KeyedUp Music concert – Feb 07, 2016

The KeyedUp Music Project presented a concert Saturday night at the Tenri…

Mirò Quartet overcomes lapses with compelling take on Beethoven’s “Razumovsky” – Feb 06, 2016

For most of their season-long programming, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln…

New York Choral Artists score with Beethoven; Pärt not so much – Feb 06, 2016

Arvo Pärt’s Te Deum and Beethoven’s Mass in C Major were the…

Yuja’s Mozart and Respighi tone poems make for uneasy bedfellows – Feb 04, 2016

“Wang, Mozart, and The Pines of Rome” is the billing for the…

Curtis Orchestra shows their mettle in adventurous program – Feb 02, 2016

Conservatory concerts are intriguing things—often they offer us a glimpse at what…

Salonen’s quirky CONTACT! program achieves belated liftoff – Feb 02, 2016

Esa-Pekka Salonen is not, repeat, not going to be the next New…

Jerusalem Quartet launches CMS Beethoven cycle in graceful style – Feb 01, 2016

This season, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has been presenting…

Jerusalem Quartet finds space to soar in Bartók’s stark landscape – Jan 31, 2016

Béla Bartók’s string quartets are navigated as much as they’re played. But…

Radvanovsky riveting in Met’s “Maria Stuarda” – Jan 30, 2016

It’s dangerous to describe anything as “historic” when discussing current events at…

Ashley’s “Quicksand” makes a lonely, affecting coda – Jan 29, 2016

Robert Ashley was not only our most important contemporary opera composer, but…