Archive for November, 2018

New Camerata Opera spans 250 years in double bill of Blow and Holst – Nov 30, 2018

New York operagoers heard a bizarre double-bill downtown on Thursday night […]

Met’s cast deux makes for a fresh and involving “Bohème” – Nov 30, 2018

The Metropolitan Opera’s run of Puccini’s La Bohème reached the beginning of its […]

A rough start and bracing finale to Da Capo Chamber Players’ fete of three composers – Nov 29, 2018

The Da Capo Chamber Players, a group approaching fifty years of […]

Met marks two company anniversaries with Puccini’s “Trittico” – Nov 27, 2018

As if a comedy/tragedy double-feature weren’t enough, Puccini’s Il Trittico offers […]

Boston Symphony, Nelsons, and virtuosic Hardenberger bring out the beauty in Gruber, Mahler – Nov 20, 2018

The Boston Symphony Orchestra made its first season appearance of three […]

Flórez exhilarates with French arias, Latin encores at Carnegie – Nov 19, 2018

A recital with Juan-Diego Flórez is always bound to be a […]

Death becomes Chamber Music Society program – Nov 19, 2018

It was three weeks after Halloween, but Death still topped the […]

Saariaho’s compelling music transcends Sellars’ uneven contributions in “Only the Sound Remains” – Nov 18, 2018

The first question to ask of any opera throughout the genre’s […]

“Voices of the Mountains” rattles Carnegie with multi-genre Polish soul – Nov 15, 2018

It seemed as though more Polish than English was being spoken […]

An unexpected debut sparks Met’s “Pearl Fishers” revival – Nov 15, 2018

At a storied repertory house like the Metropolitan Opera, the running […]


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