Archive for March, 2015

Met’s “Don Carlo” impressive individually, a work in progress collectively – Mar 31, 2015

The Metropolitan Opera was fairly well packed on Monday for the […]

Stober makes pleasing impression in generous recital at Weill Hall – Mar 28, 2015

It is indeed possible to have too much of a good […]

Botstein’s intriguing program of post-mortem rarities needs more life from podium – Mar 27, 2015

“Opus Posthumous” was the title of the American Symphony Orchestra’s Thursday […]

Aided by Josefowicz’s fire, Adams returns to form with “Scheherazade.2” – Mar 27, 2015

John Adams has lately seemed in danger of being spoiled by […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 25, 2015

The Argento Ensemble’s “Mahler as New York Contemporary” series has been […]

In Arnone’s hands, Finnissy’s piano music proves spellbinding – Mar 24, 2015

There are two days remaining in the Michael Finnissy Retrospective at […]

Sierra and Costanzo wrap London series with mixed recital – Mar 23, 2015

Winter may be showing signs of abatement in New York, but […]

Young and old lions roar in Met’s retro “Ernani” – Mar 21, 2015

The sentiment of Friday’s performance of Ernani at the Metropolitan opera […]

Robertson, St. Louis Symphony inflame and illuminate Debussy, Monk and Tchaikovsky – Mar 21, 2015

In some circles, David Robertson is a hoped-for replacement for Alan […]

Wayward Sisters offer naughty but nice traversal of mountebanks’ music – Mar 20, 2015

The Wayward Sisters weren’t all sisters and the composers on their […]

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