Archive for May, 2014

American Symphony’s mixed season finale proves less than the sum of its parts – May 31, 2014

Repeated exposure to Leon Botstein’s programming as conductor of the American […]

Phil’s Biennial Contact! program offers many voices, fewer lenses – May 30, 2014

The third presentation of the New York Philharmonic’s inaugural Biennial, a […]

Gilbert, AXIOM Ensemble ham it up with Gruber’s “Gloria” – May 30, 2014

Of the myriad roles that Alan Gilbert plays at the New […]

Shoeless Fred Rzewski shows power and truth at Roulette – May 30, 2014

Before he played his Four Pieces at Roulette on Thursday night, […]

Philharmonic Biennial off to mixed start with Hosokawa premiere – May 29, 2014

The New York Philharmonic’s ambitious inaugural Biennial festival of new and […]

Polished ensemble lacking in Philharmonic Ensembles’ uneven season finale – May 26, 2014

The last concert in the New York Philharmonic’s “Ensembles” series for […]

Brother act closes Chamber Music Society season in style – May 23, 2014

An air of familiarity enveloped the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln […]

Despite last-minute sub, Jurowski’s Philharmonic program has fairy-tale ending – May 22, 2014

Janine Jansen was the artist scheduled to play Szymanowski’s Violin Concerto […]

Jansons, Bavarian Symphony close Carnegie stand with rapturous Brahms – May 19, 2014

Not even the promise of Brahms’s enduringly popular Symphony No. 2 […]

Ghost Ensemble embodies the spirit of rugged independence – May 18, 2014

Classical music is, thankfully, past the struggles over post-World War II […]


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