Performances

Padmore, Biss find a handful of diamonds in rough recital – Mar 11, 2017

In the vast majority of song recitals, the pianist sits just …

Gilbert, Philharmonic serve up the worst and the best of John Adams – Mar 10, 2017

The ticket for Thursday night’s New York Philharmonic concert at David …

Sumptuous Tchaikovsky and brooding Bartók ideally served by Nézet-Séguin, Philadelphia Orchestra – Mar 08, 2017

Yannick Nézet-Séguin has a knack for eclectic programing. While he doesn’t …

Met’s inspired cast delivers the musical riches of Mozart’s “Idomeneo” – Mar 07, 2017

The dozens of empty orchestra seats at the Metropolitan Opera House …

St. Petersburg Philharmonic brings rich sound and rough edges to Carnegie Hall – Mar 05, 2017

The logistics of touring are such that orchestra and soloist meet …

An ardent Italian evening from the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center – Mar 04, 2017

It is a little astonishing that Giuseppe Verdi wrote 26 operas …

Eder opens the door to Bartók in Key Pianists series – Mar 03, 2017

Pianist Terry Eder is the creator of the Key Pianists recital …

Yoncheva a blazing Violetta in Met’s highly charged “Traviata” – Mar 02, 2017

Willy Decker’s production of La Traviata, which first came to the …

Gilbert, Philharmonic at their finest in Mahler, Auerbach premiere – Mar 02, 2017

Alan Gilbert is back in town to lead the New York …

Nelsons, Boston Symphony shine brightly in new Gubaidulina concerto and “Leningrad” Symphony   – Mar 01, 2017

The Soviet vs. post-Soviet generation gap stretched wide Tuesday night at …