Archive for March, 2017

Chamber Music Society proves magnifique in French program – Mar 20, 2017

A consistent complaint about classical music presenters is that they too […]

Met’s superb ensemble cast rises to the challenge of Beethoven’s “Fidelio” – Mar 17, 2017

Among our most revered composers, few struggled so mightily as Beethoven. […]

Salonen’s new Cello Concerto a mixed bag of cool from Ma, Philharmonic – Mar 16, 2017

Two major musical planets aligned Wednesday night in David Geffen Hall, […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 15, 2017

Those fortunate enough to hear the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s performance of […]

Feldman Festival achieves liftoff with Distler’s probing performance – Mar 13, 2017

Thirty years after his early death, Morton Feldman’s music continues to […]

Padmore, Biss find a handful of diamonds in rough recital – Mar 11, 2017

In the vast majority of song recitals, the pianist sits just […]

Gilbert, Philharmonic serve up the worst and the best of John Adams – Mar 10, 2017

The ticket for Thursday night’s New York Philharmonic concert at David […]

Sumptuous Tchaikovsky and brooding Bartók ideally served by Nézet-Séguin, Philadelphia Orchestra – Mar 08, 2017

Yannick Nézet-Séguin has a knack for eclectic programing. While he doesn’t […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 07, 2017

At a concert several years ago now, in a different city, […]

Met’s inspired cast delivers the musical riches of Mozart’s “Idomeneo” – Mar 07, 2017

The dozens of empty orchestra seats at the Metropolitan Opera House […]

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