Archive for December, 2021

January 23 – Dec 23, 2021

Music Before 1800 Hesperus Tina Chancey, director The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Early Music […]

S.E.M. Ensemble captures the NY moment with flow, space and silence – Dec 21, 2021

Despite the New York City concert situation feeling contingent once again, […]

Ars Lyrica Houston celebrates the sacred and earthy pleasures of Navidad – Dec 20, 2021

The complex of emotions surrounding the Christmas story is so wide […]

Met’s slenderized “Cinderella” lighter on gentle charm than comedic camp – Dec 18, 2021

The Metropolitan Opera’s production of Cinderella—offered as an easily-digestible holiday treat […]

Villazón returns and large bears delight in Met’s “Magic Flute” – Dec 15, 2021

December holidays are here, and that means the Metropolitan Opera’s Magic […]

American Classical Orchestra brings wit, freshness to Mozart program – Dec 15, 2021

The American Classical Orchestra is one of New York City’s smaller […]

Talea Ensemble offers two premieres, better living through sound chemistry – Dec 12, 2021

Music can be “about” all sorts of things, from philosophy to […]

A simple, story-telling “Winterreise” from Aspect Chamber Music – Dec 09, 2021

When Franz Schubert was composing, music was something people made together […]

New York Repertory Orchestra serves up American music, old and new, with great satisfaction – Dec 05, 2021

The New York Repertory Orchestra is the kind of ensemble every […]

Radvanovsky’s memorable portrayal lifts Met’s “Tosca” – Dec 03, 2021

The Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Tosca will run in segments for the next […]



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