Archive for January, 2015

Susan Graham joins young artists in closing “Song Continues” program – Jan 18, 2015

An annual highlight of Carnegie Hall’s January programming is “The Song […]

JACK Quartet makes the abstract absorbing at Roulette – Jan 17, 2015

Partway through JACK Quartet’s Friday night concert at Roulette, something unusual […]

Argento Ensemble offers an earthy, profound “Das Lied” – Jan 16, 2015

Gustav Mahler spent three years in New York City, from 1908–11, […]

Despite stage mishap, comedy and tragedy touch the heart in Met’s starry “Bohème” – Jan 16, 2015

During the “brief pause” after the first act of La Bohème […]

Gergiev, Mariinsky open BAM residency in mixed fashion with meditative Shchedrin – Jan 15, 2015

Wednesday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music was a puzzle. There […]

Yoon premiere is lost in the stars at Prototype Festival – Jan 15, 2015

The mysteries of meaning in the dreams of others are—despite the […]

Critic’s Choice – Jan 13, 2015

This year’s Prototype Festival, the third in what will hopefully continue […]

An inspired cast makes trippy magic in Met’s colorful “Hoffmann” – Jan 13, 2015

The retirement of some of the Metropolitan Opera’s long-running productions in […]

Meade and Pallesen make a strong team in London Foundation recital – Jan 12, 2015

For almost twenty years now, the George London Foundation has been […]

Gilbert, Philharmonic warm winter’s chill with trio of Romantic works – Jan 09, 2015

Alan Gilbert opened Thursday’s concert at Avery Fisher Hall, the Philharmonic’s […]


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