Archive for September, 2017

Dinnerstein brings a personal touch to Glass concerto premiere – Sep 29, 2017

Miller Theatre has an ongoing concert series dating back years that pairs Bach with […]

Inspired cast gives Met’s beloved “Magic Flute” a glorious revival – Sep 28, 2017

Graham Greene once divided his books into two categories: Serious novels […]

Met gets new season on track with a worthy, well-sung “Hoffmann” – Sep 27, 2017

After a rocky opening night with Bellini’s Norma, the Metropolitan Opera got […]

DiDonato provides the sparks in Met’s grim, dramatically flat “Norma” – Sep 26, 2017

By rights, opening night at the Metropolitan Opera should be one […]

Van Zweden opens Philharmonic season with new Glass, intense Mahler – Sep 23, 2017

Jaap van Zweden’s full-time position as music director of the New […]

“Blank Out” reenvisions opera with 3D film, video, electronics at Park Avenue Armory – Sep 22, 2017

Blank Out, the multimedia piece for soprano and 3D film by […]

Immersive “Blank Out” to kick off season for Park Avenue Armory – Sep 20, 2017

Filling up an entire block of Park Avenue between 66th and […]

Safety first with Da Capo Chamber Players’ underwhelming evening of new music – Sep 19, 2017

When we’re young, we know everything. That was the impression left […]

Diamonds shine amid the roughness at Time’s Arrow Festival – Sep 14, 2017

Igor Stravinsky said of Anton Webern, “Doomed to total failure in […]

Time’s Arrow Festival hits the mark with launch of Webern odyssey – Sep 13, 2017

The composer Anton Webern once responded to public incomprehension of his […]


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