Archive for March, 2014

Dudamel, LA Phil open stand with powerful Corigliano and austere Tchaikovsky – Mar 17, 2014

Presenting a program with two full-length symphonies is an adventurous proposition—Such […]

Eschenbach, Vienna Phil offer gorgeous Mahler, uneven Schubert – Mar 16, 2014

Saturday night, conductor Christoph Eschenbach and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra returned […]

Damrau rises above disastrous staging in Met’s narcoleptic “Sonnambula” – Mar 15, 2014

Bellini’s La Sonnambula is a goofy opera to begin with. The […]

Hampson is a moving Wozzeck in belated role debut – Mar 14, 2014

Thursday night, one week after Matthias Goerne’s remarkable performance as Wozzeck […]

Gilbert, Philharmonic soar in magnificent night of Nielsen – Mar 13, 2014

Despite the skill and flair the New York Philharmonic has played […]

Xiayin Wang puts a personal stamp on music from Haydn to Danielpour – Mar 11, 2014

A recital at Alice Tully Hall Monday offered a glimpse of […]

Kissin charts the Romantic era’s dawn and twilight with equal mastery – Mar 11, 2014

Pianist Evgeny Kissin is known for his vibrant and technically flawless […]

Perahia channels his inner Beethoven to a surprising degree at Avery Fisher – Mar 10, 2014

Sunday in Avery Fisher Hall Murray Perahia presented a solo recital […]

Chamber Music Society brings spirited élan to Romantic program – Mar 08, 2014

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center may not always present […]

As a last-minute sub, Matthias Goerne leads a powerful “Wozzeck” at the Met – Mar 07, 2014

The cliched tale of drama behind the scenes in opera goes […]

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