Archive for March, 2019

Death becomes Goerne, Trifonov and friends with lieder in new black clothes – Mar 18, 2019

If you like your lieder on the somber side, the place […]

With a pair of song cycles, Mulligan offers an Argento tribute and New York premiere – Mar 14, 2019

Dominick Argento, the superb American composer of vocal music who died […]

A covering Kunde saves the day with Rachvelishvili in Met’s “Samson et Dalila” – Mar 14, 2019

The Metropolitan Opera brought in a new cast on Wednesday to […]

A mixed night of retrofitted Mozart from Honeck, Philharmonic – Mar 14, 2019

Wednesday night’s New York Philharmonic concert was all Mozart. In fact […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 14, 2019

Baritone Matthias Goerne and pianist Daniil Trifonov are two of the […]

Mutter and Orkis a timeless team in Carnegie recital – Mar 13, 2019

For several decades now, Anne-Sophie Mutter and Lambert Orkis have been […]

Hobson’s mixed recital finds some belated fire at Zankel Hall – Mar 12, 2019

It happens so often, someone should do a study. A recital […]

Bruckner’s Seventh as it was meant to be heard, from Salonen, Philharmonia – Mar 11, 2019

There was a moment in David Geffen Hall Sunday afternoon when […]

Montclair Orchestra fetes Walker, plays world-class Mozart – Mar 11, 2019

It’s been in existence just a year and a half. Its […]

Superb singing triumphs over the machine in Met’s “Das Rheingold” – Mar 10, 2019

The most heralded event of the Metropolitan Opera’s season began Saturday […]