Archive for October, 2015

Amid uneven moments, pianist Takács offers fluent, thoughtful Beethoven – Oct 19, 2015

Key Pianists is a new concert series that will, in the […]

Botstein, ASO open strongly with musical art for art’s sake – Oct 17, 2015

Mimesis—that was the concept around which conductor Leon Botstein organized the […]

Vocal artists pay worthy tribute to Viktor Ullmann – Oct 16, 2015

Among the many cultural victims of the Holocaust was an adventurous […]

After shaky start, Padmore, Bezuidenhout deliver powerful Schubert – Oct 15, 2015

This week was circled as a highlight in many New York […]

Shaham shines in Bartok (and Bach) with Philadelphia Orchestra – Oct 14, 2015

Yannick Nézet-Séguin is having quite a moment in New York. In […]

Pollini’s elegant exploration offers subtle rewards in Chopin, Schumann – Oct 12, 2015

The concert pianist is a paradox. A vast amount of the […]

Magnificent cast makes Met’s “Tannhäuser” a Wagner night to remember – Oct 09, 2015

The Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Tannhäuser is a significant success, but […]

Gerzmava at her best with songs from homeland in U.S. recital debut – Oct 09, 2015

There’s nothing quite like playing in front of a home crowd. […]

Philharmonic, Kissin roar on Carnegie’s opening night – Oct 08, 2015

Opening its 125th anniversary season, Carnegie Hall indulged in a little […]

ICE playing precise but cold with John Luther Adams – Oct 08, 2015

It’s the proverbial New York City success story. Five years ago […]


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