Archive for March, 2019

Composers fete their teacher John Eaton at Symphony Space – Mar 31, 2019

Whether or not John Eaton’s name is a household word depends […]

Too much Yuja and not enough Schumann in Wang’s subbing with Philharmonic – Mar 28, 2019

It was to have been a one-night-only appearance with the New […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 27, 2019

They’ve been doing it since 1441. Conductor Sir Andrew Davis has […]

Goerke brings vocal power, dramatic impact to Met’s “Walküre” – Mar 26, 2019

Say what you like about the Metropolitan Opera’s production of Wagner’s […]

April 22 – Mar 22, 2019

PUBLIQuartet “Access 4.0: Our Environment” 8 p.m. National Sawdust April 23 […]

Philharmonic explores a fresh, illuminating line from Brahms to Ives and Adams – Mar 22, 2019

Thursday night’s New York Philharmonic concert at David Geffen Hall seemed […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 21, 2019

Christine Goerke‘s performance as the Dyer’s Wife in Die Frau ohne […]

Fine singing by Theatre of Voices sabotaged by imagery and insincerity – Mar 21, 2019

The Theatre of Voices appeared Wednesday night at Zankel Hall in […]

Worthy singing from young cast in Amore Opera’s rough and unready “Dinorah” – Mar 20, 2019

“The-Little-Opera-Company-That-Could” can be a compelling aesthetic. Scrappy productions of unusual rep […]

Sickness strikes again, but Calleja and Koch make Met’s “Tosca” a great night – Mar 19, 2019

It’s been a rough cold-and-flu season in New York, and especially […]