Archive for August, 2014

No fear or letup in a packed New York music season from Adams to Weill – Aug 27, 2014

Probably every New Yorker, native or transplant, goes through a period […]

An early Boulez birthday gift from Taka Kigawa at Poisson Rouge – Aug 26, 2014

As he closes in on his 90th birthday in March, Pierre […]

Living outside the material world: ICE illuminates Thorvaldsdottir’s remarkable music – Aug 20, 2014

What a difference a room makes. In December 2013, Either/Or Ensemble […]

Met and musician unions agree to share the pain – Aug 19, 2014

[UPDATE: On Tuesday the Met also reached an agreement with IATSE […]

Met reaches agreement with musicians union and chorus – Aug 18, 2014

The Metropolitan Opera reached an agreement early Monday morning with the […]

Duo FAE displays singular verve and expressive power in American program – Aug 14, 2014

There’s an anecdote told by Police guitarist Andy Summers about the […]

Amernet Quartet brings rich Old World flavor to New York return – Aug 10, 2014

The Amernet String Quartet is making a welcome return to the […]

Mozartless Mostly Mozart program hits its stride with Yuja Wang – Aug 09, 2014

The title composer was nowhere to be found on Mostly Mozart’s […]

A mixed Mostly Mozart program finds its tempo giusto – Aug 06, 2014

Tuesday night’s Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra concert at Avery Fisher Hall […]

American Music Project to launch with world premiere by Chicago composer – Aug 04, 2014

UPDATED [Read the New York Times article about the American Music […]


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