Archive for February, 2015

Gatti, Vienna Phil open Brahms cycle with routine Third, beaming First – Feb 28, 2015

For Brahms fanatics, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra’s Carnegie Hall stand has […]

Masterworks made in New York, courtesy of Bargemusic – Feb 27, 2015

There is an exceedingly fine point, as hard to perceive as […]

Spektral Quartet brings vitality to genre-crossing music – Feb 26, 2015

One of the effects of the consistently strong Ecstatic Music Festival—running […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 24, 2015

Why should early music have all the fun? The timbres and […]

Goode and friends celebrate Schumann and Brahms at Zankel Hall – Feb 23, 2015

There was no explanatory program note to accompany the “Richard Goode […]

“Stimmung” works its austere, otherworldly magic via Theatre of Voices – Feb 22, 2015

Karlheinz Stockhausen wrote his landmark vocal piece Stimmung during a blizzard […]

Wachner, Trinity forces rock Carnegie with massive rarities by Ives and Ginastera – Feb 22, 2015

Trinity Wall Street was calling the concert they produced at Carnegie […]

When worlds collide: Silk Road and the Philharmonic stay in two separate spheres – Feb 20, 2015

The Silk Road Ensemble, cellist Yo-Yo Ma’s amalgamation of a world […]

Queens to rule in Met’s 2015-16 season – Feb 18, 2015

Tried and true, stalwarts works—that is what the Metropolitan Opera has […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 18, 2015

The publicity material for this Saturday’s Carnegie Hall concert from Trinity Wall Street […]


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