Archive for February, 2022

Vienna Philharmonic wraps Carnegie stand with emotion-rich Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky – Feb 28, 2022

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Yannick Nézet-Séguin returned […]

Piffaro pays homage to Charles V with royally varied program – Feb 28, 2022

Charles V, King of Spain, Lord of the Netherlands, Holy Roman […]

Silver Screen and concert hall worlds collide, delightfully, with Parlando – Feb 28, 2022

In musical scores, the Italian term “parlando” (speaking) indicates a passage […]

Putin friends jettisoned, the Vienna Philharmonic opens Carnegie weekend with energy and defiance – Feb 26, 2022

Classical music is generally seen as a cloistered art form—which many […]

Ólafsson recreates Mozart’s world in Carnegie Hall debut – Feb 23, 2022

There were many things going at pianist Vikingur Ólafsson’s Tuesday night […]

Philadelphia Orchestra wraps Beethoven cycle with playful First, elevated Ninth – Feb 22, 2022

Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra ended its full cycle of […]

March 22 – Feb 21, 2022

Metropolitan Opera Verdi: Don Carlos Matthew Polenzani, Sonya Yoncheva, Eric Owens, Jamie Barton, John […]

A whole lotta Johanns in Acronym’s convivial program for Music Before 1800 – Feb 14, 2022

The Super Bowl was still a couple of hours from kickoff […]

Matsuev delivers depth and nuance along with the power in a remarkable night at Carnegie Hall – Feb 10, 2022

The crowd at Carnegie Hall gave pianist Denis Matsuev an excited, […]

Philadelphia Orchestra serves up American music from Barber to Coleman – Feb 09, 2022

Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra returned to Carnegie Hall for […]


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