Archive for November, 2015

Met’s “Bohème” provides warmth and comfort in a harsh world – Nov 25, 2015

In the current harsh, unsettling landscape of religio-political barbarism, it’s understandable to […]

Adès program merges dance and music with mixed success – Nov 23, 2015

A quartet of dance pieces set to pre-existing music by a […]

JACK Quartet and Anthony McGill serve up American music spanning 65 years – Nov 22, 2015

Founded in 2014 by Chicago-based music critic and editor of the […]

Järvi, Trifonov and Philharmonic make first-rate case for Rachmaninoff rarities – Nov 20, 2015

In the New York Philharmonic’s three-week fling with Rachmaninoff, the second […]

Rattle, Berlin Philharmonic deliver an edgy, electrifying Beethoven Fifth – Nov 19, 2015

For the second installment of their weeklong Beethoven cycle at Carnegie […]

Rattle, Berlin Philharmonic open Beethoven cycle with a sublime “Eroica” – Nov 18, 2015

Few orchestra-conductor relationships today combine as much star power as the […]

Music of Soper and Davidovsky boost venue debut for “Contact!” series – Nov 17, 2015

In the ceaseless building and rebuilding that characterizes New York City […]

At a tense time, Andsnes’s artistry offers healing balm – Nov 17, 2015

It wouldn’t be hard for a piano recital to get lost […]

Chamber Music Society unearths gems of Ysaÿe and Kreisler – Nov 16, 2015

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s greatest strength is its […]

Despite rough edges, Bare Opera offers outstanding moments with Granados rarity – Nov 15, 2015

Despite the expense and difficulties of presenting opera in New York […]


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