Archive for March, 2016

Philharmonic leads off Messiaen Week with music for small ensembles – Mar 08, 2016

French it is, but the connection the New York Philharmonic is […]

Strong cast buoys Met’s “Don Pasquale” – Mar 05, 2016

It might not be completely fair to expect Don Pasquale to […]

Daniel Hope and Chamber Music Society mark Menuhin centennial with thoughtful panache – Mar 05, 2016

Daniel Hope knows how to throw a party. For the Chamber […]

Vänskä, Minnesota Orchestra serve up a memorable night of Sibelius – Mar 04, 2016

Osmo Vänskä and the Minnesota Orchestra are among the finest contemporary […]

Dohnányi, soloists and Philharmonic deliver a shining Brahms Requiem  – Mar 04, 2016

For all its enduring popularity, Ein deutsches Requiem is a decidedly […]

R. Andrew Lee’s mesmeric playing shows the death of C major is greatly exaggerated – Mar 03, 2016

When Schoenberg told his composition class at UCLA that “there is […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 02, 2016

The Minnesota Orchestra been an infrequent visitor to New York City, […]