Archive for May, 2014

Contrasted yet mutable, Mendelssohn and Brahms works spotlighted by Chamber Music Society – May 17, 2014

Since last December the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has […]

Haitink, Philharmonic find deep reflection in Mahler’s Third – May 16, 2014

At over an hour and a half, Mahler’s Third Symphony is […]

Philharmonic names new principal clarinet and bass – May 14, 2014

The New York Philharmonic has appointed Anthony McGill as principal clarinetist. […]

Honeck, Pittsburgh Symphony lower the curtain on “Spring for Music” with spiritual program – May 11, 2014

The four-year run of Carnegie Hall’s “Spring for Music” festival ended […]

Mälkki, Ensemble ACJW shine in varied program – May 11, 2014

Now in its seventh season, Ensemble ACJW has become New York’s […]

Heavy-handed presentation undermines Cincinnati Symphony revival of Dett’s “Moses” – May 10, 2014

James Conlon led the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, May Festival Chorus, and […]

Winnipeg Symphony brings surprising and spectacular music from the North – May 09, 2014

At seventy-four members—exactly divided between men and women—the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra […]

Hanson’s neglected “Merry Mount” receives a thrilling performance from Christie, Rochester Philharmonic – May 08, 2014

A rare concert revival of Howard Hanson’s opera Merry Mount brought […]

Kodaly, Zhou Long premiere provide the highlights in Chamber Music Society program – May 07, 2014

Zhou Long certainly has a solid pedigree as a composer, with […]

Pulitzer Prize-winning work by John Luther Adams boosts mixed Seattle Symphony concert – May 07, 2014

Almost ten years ago, the British magazine The Wire held one […]

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