Archive for September, 2019

Two works stay in the memory in Hotel Elefant opener – Sep 28, 2019

Hotel Elefant, now in its eighth season, is a contemporary music […]

Singers overcome juvenile staging in Philharmonic’s Schoenberg-Bartok double bill – Sep 27, 2019

There are many kinds of love; familial, platonic, tragic, courtly, unrequited. […]

A transfixing Netrebko awakens Met’s tired, post-Domingo “Macbeth” – Sep 26, 2019

“In tonight’s performance of Macbeth, the title role will be sung […]

Oropesa shines brightly in Met’s lethargic “Manon” – Sep 25, 2019

For the first time in several years, the Metropolitan Opera scored […]

Domingo departs “Macbeth” and Met over harassment allegations – Sep 25, 2019

When Macbeth opens tonight at the Metropolitan Opera, it will be without star […]

Met opens season with a heartening and memorable “Porgy and Bess” – Sep 24, 2019

Since its debut, Porgy and Bess has been consistently hectored by […]

Christopher Rouse 1949-2019 – Sep 22, 2019

American composer Christopher Rouse has died at the age of 70, […]

October 24 – Sep 21, 2019

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Penderecki: Sextet Dohnányi: Sextet, Op. 37 6:30 p.m. […]

A pair of emotional works brings varied results with Alarm Will Sound – Sep 20, 2019

Alarm Will Sound is among the hottest names in the new […]

Kaleidoscopic Glass premiere lifts a mixed Philharmonic opener – Sep 19, 2019

Opening night isn’t usually the time when a symphony orchestra takes […]


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