Archive for October, 2013

George London Foundation opens with a current star and gifted newcomer – Oct 21, 2013

On Sunday afternoon at the Morgan Library, the George London Foundation’s […]

Chamber Music Society launches season with charming if lightweight opener – Oct 19, 2013

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center opened its 45th season […]

Muhly and friends do the cabaret thing, fabulously, at LPR – Oct 18, 2013

Nico Muhly has been a fixture in New York City for […]

Shostakovich’s bitter Eleventh proves a bitter disappointment with Bychkov – Oct 18, 2013

In Bela Tarr’s movie Werckmeister Harmonies, there is a scene of a mob […]

Metropolitan Opera to explore the internet’s dark side with Nico Muhly’s “Two Boys” – Oct 16, 2013

Nico Muhly’s Two Boys, which will have its U.S. premiere Oct. 21 […]

With a muddled Matsuev, Mariinsky’s Rachmaninoff program provides mixed rewards – Oct 16, 2013

Valery Gergiev’s schedule just got a little easier. For the past […]

DiDonato serves up a vocal star turn with Levine, MET Orchestra – Oct 14, 2013

James Levine didn’t get a full standing ovation this time, but […]

Weilerstein makes admirable podium debut with Philharmonic – Oct 13, 2013

Osvaldo Golijov has secured a place for himself as one of […]

Met’s captivating “Midsummer Night’s Dream” finds Britten’s magical mix – Oct 12, 2013

Benjamin Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream premiered at the Metropolitan Opera […]

Gergiev, Mariinsky open Carnegie stand with a Stravinsky night to remember – Oct 11, 2013

In 2010, Valery Gergiev led the New York Philharmonic in an […]


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