Archive for October, 2016

Dallas man’s bizarre homage leaves ashes in the mouths of Met staff and audience – Oct 30, 2016

It was the one possibility that no one had considered. The […]

Oksana Dyka leads inspired cast in powerful performance of Janáček’s “Jenůfa” – Oct 30, 2016

Leoš Janáček’s Jenůfa opened Friday night at the Metropolitan Opera for […]

Met’s “Guillaume Tell” called on account of powder – Oct 29, 2016

The Metropolitan Opera cut short Saturday’s matinee performance of Rossini’s Guillaume […]

Chamber Music Society explores a fine madness with soprano Arnold – Oct 28, 2016

When the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center set about putting […]

Danish Quartet offers a probing look at final things with Schubert and Shostakovich – Oct 27, 2016

Though the Danish String Quartet’s concert in Zankel Hall on Wednesday […]

Warsaw Philharmonic presents a Chopin winner and a Weinberg rarity – Oct 25, 2016

In its first New York appearance in nearly eight years, the […]

ASO’s revival of Krenek and Strauss operatic rarities proves timely – Oct 20, 2016

Clearly, Ernst Krenek and Richard Strauss were two composers who relished […]

Chamber Music Society opens season with a lively Mendelssohnian road trip – Oct 19, 2016

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center opened its 2016-17 season […]

Superb singing hits the target in Met’s stolid “Guillaume Tell” – Oct 19, 2016

Constructing a canon is a peculiar process. In the operatic repertoire […]

Baroque playing needs fixing with Podger, Juilliard415 – Oct 17, 2016

Music Before 1800 forges on, opening its forty-second season on Sunday. […]


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