Archive for October, 2015

After a slow start, Beczała displays fire and charm at Zankel Hall – Oct 31, 2015

Sometimes, the trajectory of a recital is beyond explanation. Piotr Beczała, […]

A diva brings intimate conviction to a diva in Met’s “Tosca” – Oct 30, 2015

There’s nothing quite like the return of the prodigal diva to […]

Escher Quartet’s profound artistry makes powerful case for Zemlinsky – Oct 30, 2015

There is an ongoing fascination surrounding Alexander Zemlinsky. A well-known composer […]

Sibelius quartet offers the highlight in uneven Yale in New York concert – Oct 26, 2015

“Celebrating Nielsen and Sibelius” was the theme of Sunday evening’s concert […]

The past is prologue in John Eaton’s ritualized music – Oct 24, 2015

Composer John Eaton has had an admirable career. And from the […]

Nelsons, Boston Symphony close Carnegie stand with mixed Russian program – Oct 24, 2015

Thursday night’s Boston Symphony Orchestra concert at Carnegie Hall—the finale of […]

Philharmonic Biennial to offer a smorgasbord of new music – Oct 24, 2015

The New York Philharmonic began the season with an intriguing “save […]

Met’s mobbed-up “Rigoletto” shines even more brilliantly the third time around – Oct 21, 2015

Rigoletto is back at the Metropolitan Opera in Michael Mayer’s production that […]

Música Temprana makes Peruvian program dance in American debut – Oct 20, 2015

When the director of Música Temprana told an audience in Manhattan […]

From Lara to Léhar, two singers rove widely in London Foundation opener – Oct 19, 2015

Continuing a series that has furnished several memorable small-venue recitals over […]

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