Archive for April, 2015

Mutter, Tilson Thomas and New World Symphony unforgettable on one of Carnegie’s great nights – Apr 29, 2015

Tuesday night was a great night of music at Carnegie Hall. […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 28, 2015

While Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo is not the de facto first opera, in […]

Met’s second-cast “Merry Widow” by no means second best – Apr 25, 2015

The word “grand” gets tossed around so much in regard to […]

Clyne’s intimate music lost in translation at Miller Theatre – Apr 24, 2015

Anna Clyne is one of the most interesting of the current […]

Patience is rewarded with Fluxus organ work in Brooklyn Heights – Apr 24, 2015

The only way to approach a “durational” work is to relinquish […]

Röschmann and Uchida make simpatico partners in heartfelt night of lieder – Apr 23, 2015

Though neither is a particularly “flashy” musician, the pairing of soprano […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 22, 2015

What two hands cannot grasp, four hands can. Bargemusic hosts a […]

Copland and Stravinsky prove amiable companions in Chamber Music Society program – Apr 20, 2015

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center put together another rich […]

Sierra premiere fares best amid shaky ASO performances – Apr 20, 2015

The thematic program that music director Leon Botstein put together for […]

Bostridge’s artistry haunts the memory in songs of war – Apr 18, 2015

There are three large portraits hanging on the wall in the […]


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