Archive for March, 2015

Critic’s Choice – Mar 19, 2015

Michael Finnissy is one of the finest contemporary composers, and his […]

A worthy cast hits most of the high notes in Met’s “Lucia” – Mar 17, 2015

Never mind St. Patrick’s Day; on Monday night the Metropolitan Opera […]

ICE celebrates Davidovsky’s birthday with past masterworks and a world premiere – Mar 14, 2015

The concert by the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) at the Americas […]

Parallels coverge and illuminate, as Bach meets Gordon at Miller Theatre – Mar 14, 2015

Thursday night’s “Bach, Revisited” concert at Miller Theatre served to remind […]

Adés dances and romances death at Philharmonic – Mar 13, 2015

English composer Thomas Adés is making a highly anticipated visit to […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 11, 2015

Instead of the artificial distinction drawn between “classical” and “new” music, […]

Damrau and Grigolo ignite in Met’s thrilling “Manon” – Mar 10, 2015

As powerful as a good romance can be, one doesn’t necessarily […]

Carter premiere shows new directions cut short via Levine, MET Chamber Ensemble – Mar 09, 2015

After 103 years, and with an extraordinarily strong and productive patch […]

Vrebalov’s powerful multimedia score highlights Kronos Quartet concert – Mar 08, 2015

Saturday’s audience at Zankel Hall was one of the youngest Carnegie […]

Gilbert, Philharmonic explore new music from Scandinavia – Mar 08, 2015

The title on the program for Saturday night’s CONTACT! concert at […]


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