Archive for January, 2019

Oberlin student choir and orchestra bring professional polish to Carnegie – Jan 20, 2019

For generations, graduates of Ohio’s Oberlin College and especially its affiliated […]

Cantata Profana conjures mesmerizing “Visions of Silence” – Jan 19, 2019

For a composer as fine and singular as Salvatore Sciarrino, his […]

Ekmeles singers find the physical beauty in Sciarrino’s spectral music – Jan 18, 2019

It can be hard sometimes to discern the actual qualities of […]

Cheung’s “All Roads” premiere sparks a heady Lincoln Chamber new music program – Jan 18, 2019

It was Billy Strayhorn to the rescue on a night when […]

Leonard shines in Met Opera’s haunting “Pelléas et Mélisande” – Jan 16, 2019

Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande is unique, not only in that it […]

Critic’s Choice – Jan 16, 2019

Regular patrons of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will […]

Academy of Sacred Drama revives 300-year-old oratorio with a message for now – Jan 14, 2019

The story of how Moses learned to delegate—coming soon to your […]

“Mila, Great Sorcerer” still in apprentice stage at Prototype Festival – Jan 13, 2019

In the age of Philip Glass, an opera can be pretty […]

Baritone Appl delivers a vivid, gritty “Winterreise” at Park Avenue Armory – Jan 11, 2019

The word “recital” got a new meaning—or recovered an old one—in […]

Tech issues apart, Met’s “Carmen” finds its footing with Alagna – Jan 10, 2019

Not all was right with the Met’s Carmen on Wednesday night. […]


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