Archive for January, 2016

Hobson’s deep, robust playing animates music across the centuries – Jan 20, 2016

Through the current concert season, pianist Ian Hobson has been playing […]

Critic’s Choice – Jan 19, 2016

A moment of cleverness can lead to a lifetime of unhappiness. […]

Barbara Hannigan and Cleveland Orchestra stop time with Abrahamsen premiere – Jan 18, 2016

Hans Abrahamsen’s let me tell you received this year’s Grawemeyer Award […]

Old worlds collide and make the strongest impact with Gilbert, Philharmonic – Jan 16, 2016

There is no escaping the influence of Igor Stravinsky for composers […]

Philadelphia Orchestra shows itself at home in Viennese program – Jan 15, 2016

For their second Carnegie Hall appearance of the season, Yannick Nézet-Séguin […]

Rarities in the spotlight at Chamber Music Society program – Jan 15, 2016

In Thursday night’s hour-long offering by the Chamber Music Society of […]

Critic’s Choice – Jan 13, 2016

Music is frequently defined based on instruments but there’s no such […]

Direct from Havana, Third Sound delivers a smart, attractive mix of new music – Jan 13, 2016

Opening on the road and then bringing the show to New […]

Sopranos, orchestra bring fresh gleam to Met’s “Turandot” – Jan 12, 2016

There are but two Franco Zeffirelli productions left in the Metropolitan […]

Little’s savage “Dog Days” paints a devastating future at PROTOTYPE – Jan 10, 2016

Thanks to the PROTOTYPE Festival, David T. Little’s opera, Dog Days, […]


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