Performances

Hotel Elefant serves up an of-the-moment musical feast – Oct 13, 2018

Every new music ensemble struggles within the niche culture they inhabit. …

Angel’s Share closes first season with an aptly monstrous double bill – Oct 11, 2018

The Angel’s Share is the most inventive and welcome new concert …

Operatic treatment of O’Neill’s “Anna Christie” makes a long, confused journey into night – Oct 06, 2018

Eugene O’Neill’s Anna Christie has quite a pedigree as a dramatic …

Eyvazov’s heroic performance highlights Met’s “La fanciulla del West” – Oct 05, 2018

Puccini’s La fanciulla del West seems an odd piece on its …

Van Zweden, Josefowicz and Philharmonic brilliantly serve music, old and new – Oct 05, 2018

Thursday night’s New York Philharmonic concert, led by Jaap van Zweden, …

Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony, provide illuminating “Perspective” on Stravinsky – Oct 05, 2018

Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas likes to recall how, as a precocious …

Bagby’s “Beowulf” collapses the centuries with harp, voice and soul – Oct 01, 2018

As Benjamin Bagby paused to retune his harp and rest his …

Musical worlds cohere with rewarding Bruckner and Tao by van Zweden, Philharmonic – Sep 28, 2018

This first season of Jaap van Zweden’s tenure as New York …

Led by a brilliant Netrebko, Met’s all-star “Aida” defines grand opera – Sep 27, 2018

Aidas at the Metropolitan Opera have been rough lately. In the …

Nicole Car brings intimate artistry to Met’s “Boheme” in company debut – Sep 26, 2018

Franco Zeffirelli’s Metropolitan Opera production of La Bohème is within sight …

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