Archive for October, 2017

Schiff provides intermittent rewards in duo roles with Philharmonic – Oct 20, 2017

Pianist and conductor Sir András Schiff brought his A-repertoire to the […]

JACK Quartet opens “Soundscape America” series with the modernist past and present – Oct 20, 2017

JACK Quartet has their own mini-series at Miller Theatre this week—“Soundscape […]

Gardiner and colleagues open Monteverdi cycle with an enthralling “L’Orfeo” – Oct 19, 2017

The first opera, which was not preserved, was probably written in […]

A mixed outing for Vengerov but Montreal Symphony impresses at Carnegie Hall – Oct 19, 2017

The “comeback” is one of the music world’s favorite storylines—the superstar […]

Chamber Music Society shows how it’s done with all-Mozart season opener – Oct 18, 2017

What better way for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center […]

Adès and friends offer a rewarding afternoon of song – Oct 16, 2017

It’s the month of Thomas Adès in New York. Next week […]

After a slow start, bracing vocalism carries Met’s sumptuous “Turandot” – Oct 13, 2017

No one would accuse Turandot of subtlety. Where Puccini’s other masterworks […]

Music from the North with Andsnes, Paavo Järvi and Philharmonic – Oct 13, 2017

Is geography destiny? Does proximity make for greater understanding? The classical […]

American Symphony Orchestra lives up to its name with “Sounds of Democracy”   – Oct 12, 2017

The American Symphony Orchestra lived up to its name Wednesday night […]

Orchestra Moderne NYC debuts with a program on the American immigration experience – Oct 08, 2017

Orchestra Moderne NYC, the spanking-new symphonic ensemble founded by conductor Amy […]


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