Archive for January, 2017

Barenboim, Staatskapelle close historic Bruckner cycle with a moving Ninth – Jan 30, 2017

And now it has come to the end. On Sunday afternoon […]

JACK Quartet blasts it out in Brooklyn – Jan 30, 2017

At the JACK Quartet’s free neighborhood concert in Brooklyn Sunday afternoon, […]

Barenboim, Staatskapelle Berlin reach the summit in Bruckner’s Eighth – Jan 29, 2017

 The cycle of Bruckner’s nine numbered symphonies resembles in shape one […]

With birthday bash on tap, Philip Glass talks about reaching 80 years and 11 symphonies – Jan 28, 2017

For Philip Glass, the birthday present came early. Wednesday morning, Carnegie […]

A false start and a joyous finish with Barenboim’s Bruckner 7 – Jan 28, 2017

Carnegie Hall’s week of Bruckner is nearing its end, as Daniel […]

Chamber Music Society fully in the groove with percussion and piano program – Jan 27, 2017

Whether it was key-operated hammers or mallets in a player’s hands, […]

Bychkov, Bronfman open Philharmonic’s Tchaikovsky festival with energy and eloquence – Jan 27, 2017

Anton Bruckner is not the only composer presently taking up residence […]

A sublime Adagio forms the cornerstone of Barenboim’s Bruckner Sixth – Jan 26, 2017

Of Anton Bruckner’s nine numbered symphonies, the slow movement of the […]

Glass, Trifonov, Jansen and a blast from the ’60s in Carnegie Hall’s 2017-18 season – Jan 25, 2017

Carnegie Hall announced their 2017–18 season Wednesday, with nine months full […]

Critic’s Choice – Jan 25, 2017

There are times when the experienced (and possibly slightly jaded) critic […]


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