Archive for June, 2015

Ekmeles program lives up to group’s name in Five Boroughs Festival closer – Jun 30, 2015

“Ekmeles,” in Attic Greek, means “dissonant” or, to be less charitable, […]

U.S. Chopin winner Lu shows talent and tenderness in New York debut – Jun 25, 2015

While one of the world’s great musical competitions, the Tchaikovsky Competition, […]

Graf’s intelligent versatility bolsters new piano series – Jun 21, 2015

Rarely does an independent concert series achieve such success so quickly. […]

Pianist Lee brings clarity, order and hope to Spectrum program – Jun 19, 2015

Classical music is still in many quarters regarded as an exalted […]

St. Petersburg Philharmonic shows its velvet power at Carnegie – Jun 14, 2015

The St. Petersburg Philharmonic played great symphonies by Russian composers in […]

Tired presentation, uneven program at League of Composers season finale – Jun 12, 2015

The League of Composers/International Society for Contemporary Music gave their season […]

Philharmonic closes season with a moving and masterful “Joan of Arc” – Jun 11, 2015

The New York Philharmonic is the last member of New York’s […]

Pianist Holzman brings skill and personal insight to music of our time – Jun 08, 2015

Pianist David Holzman spoke to the audience before and during his […]

Thorvaldsdottir named Philharmonic’s second Emerging Composer – Jun 07, 2015

The New York Philharmonic announced Friday that Anna Thorvaldsdottir has been […]


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