Archive for October, 2021

Met’s epic “Meistersinger” sends a message of confidence and hope – Oct 28, 2021

Coronavirus be damned, the Metropolitan Opera mounted the longest opera in […]

November 23 – Oct 24, 2021

Metropolitan Opera Matthew Aucoin: Eurydice Erin Morley, Joshua Hopkins, Jakub Józef Orliński Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor 8 […]

Kronos Quartet and young players build bridges at Merkin Hall – Oct 22, 2021

If Joseph Haydn was the intrepid explorer who discovered the string […]

Stasevska makes powerful Philharmonic debut with two modern American classics – Oct 21, 2021

The New York Philharmonic is back in Alice Tully Hall this […]

Yannick, Philadelphians stumble in Beethoven 4 and 6 at Carnegie – Oct 21, 2021

Between the Philadelphia Orchestra’s performances of Beethoven’s Fourth and Sixth Symphonies […]

Goode’s free-style Mozart with Orpheus opens 92Y season with individuality – Oct 20, 2021

The cool weather has felt, finally, like a normal October of […]

Azrieli Prize winners shine in Talea Ensemble’s program of U.S. premieres – Oct 17, 2021

Even as a sub-Arctic cold front swept through New York City […]

Substitutes step up in Philharmonic’s evening with the Schumanns – Oct 15, 2021

Thursday night’s New York Philharmonic concert featured two debuts, neither of […]

Lang Lang explores a world of nuance and imagination in Bach’s “Goldbergs” – Oct 13, 2021

The “Goldberg” Variations?  Lang Lang?  Really? Really. The fleet-fingered Chinese pianist, […]

Zeffirelli’s spectacular “Turandot” returns to the Met – Oct 13, 2021

The Metropolitan Opera is back and doing what it does best […]



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