Archive for June, 2019

City Opera’s “Stonewall” premiere puts human faces on gay rights history – Jun 22, 2019

Acts of courage, high drama, and a turning point in history.  […]

Uchida’s final Schubert program fills Carnegie Hall with deep introspection – Jun 19, 2019

Mitsuko Uchida completed her cycle of the Schubert piano sonatas Tuesday […]

Garanča’s Mahler delves deep while Yannick’s Bruckner glitters with Met Orchestra – Jun 15, 2019

Following the applause that ended Friday night’s final season performance by […]

Guitarist Denoth beguiles with color and nuance in South American program – Jun 11, 2019

There was no tangoing in the aisles at Christoph Denoth’s guitar […]

String Orchestra of Brooklyn wraps season with trumpets and an ode to “Florida man” – Jun 09, 2019

The terrific ensemble, the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, concluded their current […]

Art song trees grow in Brooklyn with three varied premieres – Jun 08, 2019

Not content just to tend and water the verdant American art […]

Freedom’s just another word in premiere of Lang’s trite “prisoner of the state” – Jun 07, 2019

Beethoven has threaded through the New York Philharmonic’s season-ending series, Music […]

Met Orchestra takes the spotlight in French program – Jun 04, 2019

The Met Orchestra turned the tables on its employer with the all-French […]

Dessoff Choirs illuminate Whitman Bicentennial with a trio of world premieres – Jun 01, 2019

On Friday night, Walt Whitman’s exact 200th birthday, the Dessoff Choirs […]

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