Archive for October, 2019

Sonnambula shakes it up with early Baroque music for viols – Oct 12, 2019

Last season in New York, if you said you were going […]

Sounds on the water with Otte work at Bargemusic – Oct 12, 2019

Bargemusic’s Here and Now concerts of modern and contemporary music are […]

An ecstatic Mahler Second introduces the Athens Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall – Oct 11, 2019

Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, with its powerful message of comfort […]

Violinist Aisha Syed brings warmth, virtuosity to Zankel Hall recital – Oct 11, 2019

Aisha Syed may not be a household name in the world […]

Pianist Dick brings natural insight to Key Pianists opener – Oct 11, 2019

Classical musicians read the symbols on the page and turn them […]

Goerke, Eyvazov light a fire in Met’s throwback “Turandot” – Oct 10, 2019

Among the grandest of grand old productions at the Metropolitan Opera […]

Lang Lang shows sensitivity and depth in Philharmonic’s Beethoven gala – Oct 08, 2019

Composer anniversaries are a regular feature of programming in the classical […]

ACRONYM fetes music of the gifted Düben family in style – Oct 07, 2019

The Düben collection, housed at Uppsala University in Stockholm, consists of […]

Cleveland Orchestra shines with Viennese program on Carnegie’s opening night – Oct 04, 2019

With every touring performance, the Cleveland Orchestra further cements its reputation […]

Memorably individual Sibelius from Hadelich with the Philharmonic – Oct 04, 2019

Jaap van Zweden and the New York Philharmonic are presenting classics […]

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