Archive for 2019

Abduraimov’s memorable Mussorgsky wins out over distractions – Dec 11, 2019

There are so many good young musicians on the contemporary classical […]

Dessoff Choirs brings warm advocacy to Margaret Bonds’ Christmas cantata – Dec 09, 2019

We’re entering prime season for amateur and semi-professional choirs; every choir […]

Drums Along 7th Avenue: Wolfe premiere highlights Sō Percussion’s century survey – Dec 08, 2019

The revolutions in harmony, tonality, and form in 20th century music […]

Philharmonic outing offers problematic Reich, brilliant Bronfman – Dec 06, 2019

After 35 years, Steve Reich was ready for the New York […]

Strausses shine brightly in Yende’s second-half tour de force – Dec 05, 2019

In the last several years, few sopranos have risen as quickly […]

Despite stumbles Kahane’s quirky “Goldbergs” pays ample rewards – Dec 04, 2019

There’s a story to be written about how Bach’s music came […]

Ambitious renovation plan announced to solve NY Philharmonic’s hall woes by 2024 – Dec 02, 2019

The New York Philharmonic and Lincoln Center announced a major renovation […]

Trifonov quintet makes strong NY debut with Philharmonic Quartet – Dec 02, 2019

Standing tall in the performance arena these days, Daniil Trifonov has […]

Mariss Jansons 1943-2019 – Dec 01, 2019

Mariss Jansons, the Latvian-born conductor revered as one of the greatest […]

Lise Davidsen’s memorable debut leads strong cast in Met’s “Queen of Spades” – Nov 30, 2019

It’s not often these days that a debut leads the marquee […]


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