Archive for March, 2018

Chamber Music Society, Miró Quartet party like it’s 1825 – Mar 19, 2018

Sunday in Alice Tully Hall, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln […]

Ligeti performances speak stronger than podcast words with Alarm Will Sound – Mar 17, 2018

Despite changing the means and speed at which information is shared, […]

Israeli Chamber Project marks ten years with a wide-ranging feast – Mar 16, 2018

The Israeli Chamber Project marked its tenth anniversary Thursday night at […]

New Met Mozart scores with a colorful carny “Cosí” – Mar 16, 2018

In his excellent book, Opera as Drama, Joseph Kerman described Cosí fan tutte as […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 15, 2018

First the avant-garde dug it. Then film directors borrowed it, and […]

Jansen gives stunning advocacy to concerto premiere with Philadelphia Orchestra – Mar 14, 2018

Yannick Nézet-Séguin is on top of the musical world right now, […]

Bernstein’s “A Quiet Place” earns loud applause in Curtis Opera Theatre performance – Mar 14, 2018

There were a few early exits, but Leonard Bernstein’s star-crossed opera […]

Mirror Visions Ensemble mines a rich vein of “beastly” rarities – Mar 13, 2018

Art song is among the most well-populated genres in the musical […]

Met fires Levine; says there was no cover-up of sexual misbehavior – Mar 12, 2018

The Metropolitan Opera cut all ties with conductor James Levine late […]

Kavafian, McDermott unevenly matched in CMS Mozart program – Mar 09, 2018

Superstars are rarely the name of the game at the Chamber […]


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