Archive for April, 2017

Davies premiere, lost-and-found Stravinsky highlight Salonen’s Philharmonic program – Apr 28, 2017

The New York Philharmonic waxed philosophical Thursday night in heady works […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 26, 2017

Philip Glass’s 1980 work A Madrigal Opera hasn’t had the recognition […]

Stellar singing overcomes awkward stage direction in Met’s “Dutchman” – Apr 26, 2017

Tuesday night was not only opening night for the Metropolitan Opera’s revival […]

For an exciting first half, Cutting Edge Concerts lives up to its name – Apr 25, 2017

Cutting Edge Concerts is a puzzle. It presents new music, like […]

Strong playing undone by fatigue in Weilerstein’s Bach marathon – Apr 23, 2017

It’s a shame that the 92nd Street Y isn’t thought of […]

Ax’s polished technique stays on the surface of Chopin and Schubert – Apr 23, 2017

The impromptu is a deceptive form. By title alone, it may […]

Spektral Quartet brings a strong, modernist wind from Chicago – Apr 22, 2017

The Windy City is known for high buildings and broad shoulders, […]

New Andres concerto a highlight in mixed Philharmonic program – Apr 21, 2017

A hallmark of the Alan Gilbert era at the New York […]

Bang on a Can founders’ music still iconoclastic after all these years – Apr 20, 2017

Classical concerts are nearly always presented as a means to visit […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 19, 2017

Call it New Music Tuesday. The breadth and variety of new […]


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