Archive for March, 2014

Met Council winners shine and rise at finals concert – Mar 31, 2014

The Metropolitan Opera National Council’s annual Grand Finals auditions concert is […]

Despite Teztlaff’s epic fail, Orpheus shines in Hungarian season finale – Mar 30, 2014

The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra wrapped up their 41st season on Saturday […]

Looking back and forward, the Kronos Quartet marks four decades with friends – Mar 29, 2014

The heralded Kronos Quartet marked its 40th anniversary and the release […]

Subbing for Dudamel, Honeck leads thrilling Bruckner with NY Phil – Mar 28, 2014

Who knows what might have been? Gustavo Dudamel was originally scheduled […]

Singers reach the promised land in “Moses,” while ASO wanders in the desert – Mar 28, 2014

Between Bard Summerscape and the American Symphony Orchestra, Leon Botstein has […]

Noseda, orchestra and fine cast make a heroic case for Met’s “Chenier” – Mar 25, 2014

The Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Andrea Chénier offers a night of […]

Mehta, Israel Phil and soloists come up short in Carnegie program – Mar 21, 2014

There was the obligatory, if half-hearted, anti-Israel protest outside Carnegie Hall […]

It’s ladies night for the new cast in the Met’s venerable “La Boheme” – Mar 20, 2014

When the umpteenth run of the Franco Zefirelli production of Puccini’s La […]

American Classical Orchestra puts a quality stamp on music of Handel – Mar 20, 2014

The lingering impression from Wednesday night’s concluding Handelfest 2014 concert, played […]

Dudamel, Wang and LA Phil team up for rich and sumptuous Romantic program – Mar 18, 2014

Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic alongside piano phenom Yuja […]


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