Archive for March, 2022

Organist Jacobs celebrates Franck’s 200th birthday with subtle virtuosity – Mar 30, 2022

Two hundred years after his birth, the most prominence César Franck […]

Beczała provides the soaring highlights in Met’s “Eugene Onegin” – Mar 26, 2022

There was something spectacular in the Metropolitan Opera’s season premiere of […]

ACO, Alsop, and Koh search movingly for “Sanctuary” at Zankel Hall – Mar 26, 2022

One expects a forward-facing group like the American Composers Orchestra to […]

Death of Classical fills St. Thomas Church with exalted life in Perich premiere – Mar 23, 2022

The innovative music presenter Death of Classical is back, and in […]

Hobson continues Schumann piano series with varied and successful program – Mar 23, 2022

If you were lucky enough to fall in love with classical […]

April 25 – Mar 22, 2022

Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players Josef Rheinberger: Quartet in F Major Ludwig Thuille: String […]

Buratto’s triumphant role debut highlights the Met’s rich and treasurable “Butterfly” – Mar 20, 2022

Madama Butterfly returned to the Metropolitan Opera for the first time […]

Ukrainian Contemporary Music Festival opens with evocative “Forest Song” – Mar 19, 2022

If it hadn’t been for a local TV reporter interviewing concertgoers […]

Galilee Chamber Orchestra makes a fresh and energetic Carnegie Hall debut – Mar 19, 2022

Carnegie Hall’s annual Isaac Stern Memorial concert returned Friday night, after […]

Padmore, Uchida probe deeply in Beethoven, Schubert lieder at Zankel – Mar 14, 2022

Reverberations continue from the Beethoven’s 250th birthday party that wasn’t, due […]


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