Archive for November, 2021

Aucoin’s “Eurydice” caught between heaven and hell in Met premiere – Nov 24, 2021

At least as far as composers go, Matthew Aucoin is the […]

December 23 – Nov 23, 2021

Metropolitan Opera Mozart: The Magic Flute Matthew Polenzani, Hera Hyesang, Rolando Villazón, Kathryn Lewek Jane […]

Met Orchestra concerts return, downsized yet with captivating joy – Nov 22, 2021

Met Orchestra appearances have been a staple of Carnegie Hall seasons […]

Concertgoers get up close for Park Avenue Chamber Symphony’s “InsideOut” – Nov 21, 2021

Symphonic music was designed to be heard by people sitting in […]

Pianist de Mare illuminates Sondheim with “Liaisons” – Nov 19, 2021

Pianist Anthony de Mare describes his ongoing survey of composer Stephen […]

An emotional year is reflected in the return of New York Festival of Song – Nov 17, 2021

To the list of familiar New York sights coming back in […]

Parlando speaks volumes with music for strings – Nov 15, 2021

If classical music doesn’t speak to you, maybe what you need […]

Youthful cellist provides fleeting highlights in a rough night with Young, Philharmonic – Nov 12, 2021

For much of the New York Philharmonic’s concert Thursday night, Alice […]

Met’s beloved “Bohème” marks 40th anniversary with a notable conductor debut – Nov 10, 2021

The Metropolitan Opera’s standby of standbys, Franco Zeffirelli’s production of Puccini’s […]

A dance of elephants in third program of Philly Beethoven cycle – Nov 10, 2021

Any explanation for why the Philadelphia Orchestra’s performances of Beethoven’s Symphonies […]


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