Archive for March, 2017

Netrebko, Kwiecien bring Met’s “Onegin” revival to vivid life – Mar 31, 2017

The Metropolitan Opera’s current production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin debuted in […]

Presentation leaves Brooklyn audience in the dark but Clyne’s music provides illumination – Mar 30, 2017

 As she tells it, composer Anna Clyne once made an exchange […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 29, 2017

If you like your Mitsuko Uchida straight up, you could attend […]

Françaix and Ravel provide the highlights in Chamber Music Society’ s trip to Paris – Mar 29, 2017

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center had an antidote for […]

Reich, Prestini works provide the highlights with American Composers Orchestra – Mar 25, 2017

The American Composers Orchestra’s concert Friday night in Zankel Hall had […]

Stoyanova and de León deliver gripping vocalism in Met’s “Aida” – Mar 24, 2017

For such a staple of the repertoire, Verdi’s grand Egyptian tragedy […]

Chamber Music Society travels light and heavy in Prokofiev, Lyapunov   – Mar 24, 2017

Although the composing careers of Sergei Prokofiev and Sergei Mikhaylovich Lyapunov […]

Harpsichordist Esfahani breaks on through to the other side – Mar 22, 2017

Mahan Esfahani is a unique musician, but it’s not because he […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 21, 2017

Start with the best ensemble name in classical music: International Street […]

Garanča delivers a season highlight in brilliant Carnegie recital – Mar 20, 2017

When A-list opera stars appear at Carnegie Hall, their recitals tend […]

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