Archive for November, 2013

Järvi, Estonians bring a pure Northern beauty to White Light Festival – Nov 11, 2013

What makes music beautiful? Is there anything fundamental and consistent to […]

Labadie leads a soloist-driven Mozart Requiem with the Philharmonic – Nov 09, 2013

On Thursday night, Bernard Labadie led the New York Philharmonic in […]

Christine Goerke moves heaven and earth in Met’s “Die Frau ohne Schatten” – Nov 08, 2013

Of all the Strauss-Hofmannsthal collaborations, Die Frau ohne Schatten has to […]

Hagen Quartet off to a flat start in Beethoven cycle at 92Y – Nov 08, 2013

Beethoven’s body of work amounts to one of the highest achievements […]

New York Festival of Song celebrates the timeless art of Ned Rorem at 90 – Nov 06, 2013

In a year bursting with important anniversaries in the classical world, […]

Welser-Möst, Cleveland Orchestra illuminate White Light Festival with a rich and arresting “Mass in C” – Nov 05, 2013

On hiatus from its annual residency at Carnegie Hall this year, […]


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