Archive for October, 2019

Jordan, Fischer and Philharmonic illuminate warhorses with gleaming brilliance – Oct 31, 2019

The most memorable feature of the Metropolitan Opera’s revival of its Ring cycle […]

Cappella Pratensis serves up a Dutch treat with epic Obrecht mass – Oct 28, 2019

Imagine opening the score of Beethoven’s Fifth to the first page […]

Dessoff Choirs delivers a deeply felt performance of Fauré’s “Requiem” – Oct 27, 2019

The Dessoff Choirs may be an amateur ensemble, but that distinction […]

A Britten Bronx Tale: Schlepping apart, “Turn of the Screw” proves an experience at Wave Hill – Oct 26, 2019

“Choose a lantern that speaks to you,” an usher intoned as […]

Bostridge, Mehldau partner in memorable night of song cycles old and new – Oct 25, 2019

It was a rare quiet night up in the main auditorium […]

French and American works provide the highlights with Denève, Philharmonic – Oct 25, 2019

Something unusual is going on when Beethoven turns out to be […]

November 25 – Oct 24, 2019

Face the Music Finnegan Shanahan, violinist Finnegan Shanahan: The Two Halves 7 p.m. Roulette Metropolitan […]

Personal and public, John Luther Adams’ new work rises from the crypt – Oct 22, 2019

There are plenty of performance spaces that have an special extra-musical […]

Met’s stylish “Orfeo” goes to hell and back in 90 minutes – Oct 21, 2019

The Metropolitan Opera revived its production of Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice […]

Les Arts Florissants shocks and awes with Gesualdo’s sacred madrigals – Oct 21, 2019

Darkness, fog, and drizzle prevailed over New York Sunday afternoon, veiling […]


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