Archive for 2013

Honeck, Philharmonic shed new light on “New World” – Dec 11, 2013

The “one-night-only” program is something of a rarity for symphony orchestras […]

Lucier works spark an alchemist’s magic with Ensemble Pamplemousse – Dec 11, 2013

 The history of music parallels the history of science and philosophy […]

A fine ensemble cast boosts the Met’s delightful Fifties-era “Falstaff” – Dec 07, 2013

It took a village—five countries, really—to give birth to the new […]

Tilson Thomas, Philadelphia Orchestra make a sensational team at Carnegie Hall – Dec 07, 2013

Yannick Nézet-Séguin was forced to bow out of Friday evening’s concert […]

Chamber Music Society’s Baroque program takes a walk on the mild side – Dec 07, 2013

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s concert Friday night at […]

Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s music proves distinctive and engrossing at the Miller Theatre – Dec 06, 2013

Miller Theatre’s Composer Portraits series offers exemplary contemporary music programming. With […]

Zinman, Philharmonic belatedly find their footing with Mendelssohn – Dec 06, 2013

The New York Philharmonic’s program on Thursday evening was not likely […]

Marion Lignana Rosenberg, 1961-2013 – Dec 03, 2013

It’s ironic that most of her friends and colleagues heard about […]

With a timely replacement, Philharmonic’s Mozart and Britten program finds the common thread – Nov 27, 2013

The New York Philharmonic’s Tuesday night concert fell a little oddly […]

New cast and conductor for Met’s “Onegin” bring mixed results – Nov 24, 2013

The Metropolitan Opera’s attractive, naturalistic new production of Eugene Onegin continues […]


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