Archive for February, 2019

Critic’s Choice – Feb 20, 2019

Leoš Janáček composed some of the most strangely beautiful music in […]

Brisk Mozart, bland Brahms in a mixed Concertgebouw stand at Carnegie Hall – Feb 15, 2019

The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, which played the first of two concerts […]

Hough, Dausgaard and Philharmonic bring fresh life to familiar music – Feb 15, 2019

Concertgoers can’t expect to be dazzled by the new and unexpected […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 14, 2019

This may be a good week to see some stars of […]

The neon is fading from Rat Pack “Rigoletto,” but Met’s stellar cast plumbs the human tragedy – Feb 13, 2019

There’s no doubting that Michael Mayer’s flashing neon production of Rigoletto […]

A winning cast brings vibrant life, emotional depth to Met’s “La Fille du Régiment” – Feb 12, 2019

La Fille du Régiment is Donizetti’s greatest work. That may be […]

Namoradze explores the shadows, deep and dark, in impressive New York debut – Feb 11, 2019

Nicolas Namoradze is a pianist with a lot to say. And […]

Trifonov brings supreme artistry and insight to Carnegie Hall – Feb 10, 2019

Saturday night, pianist Daniil Trifonov once again graced the Carnegie Hall […]

Philharmonic, Concert Chorale provide consolation and elevation with Brahms’ “German Requiem” – Feb 08, 2019

Whether or not Johannes Brahms was a mournful person by nature […]

The new band gets to the human heart of Ashley’s “Improvement” – Feb 08, 2019

Robert Ashley’s Improvement was not intended for a live audience; it was made […]


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