Archive for June, 2016

Shpachenko program illuminates composers’ edifice complex – Jun 25, 2016

Pianist Nadia Shpachenko returned to New York Friday night for a […]

Staging flaws apart, Catán’s “Florencia” takes wing at City Opera – Jun 24, 2016

The reconstituted New York City Opera seems bent on silencing any […]

Momenta makes Nørgard quartets a rewarding journey – Jun 18, 2016

At 84 years old, Danish composer Per Nørgard is only now […]

Opera Upper West gives contemporary twist to cellular double bill – Jun 12, 2016

The offbeat is becoming mainstream in New York’s opera world. This […]

Two American concertos receive strong advocacy at Philharmonic Biennial – Jun 11, 2016

The New York Philharmonic’s 2016 Biennial festival is coming to a […]

Nielsen and Carl works provide the highlights of Iktus new music program – Jun 05, 2016

The Iktus percussion ensemble maintains a new music series at the […]

Harrison’s timeless concerto highlights luminous American program – Jun 03, 2016

Lou Harrison is the Rosetta Stone of American classical music. His […]

Nézet-Séguin to become Met music director; reups in Philly as well – Jun 02, 2016

If Yannick Nézet-Séguin wasn’t already on top of the musical world, […]



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