Archive for March, 2022

Met serves up a first-rate night of Handel in “Rodelinda” – Mar 12, 2022

Harry Bicket’s regular visits to New York with a Handel opera […]

Dudamel, Philharmonic deliver rich Schumann and thrilling Ortiz premiere – Mar 10, 2022

For generations after they were written and premiered, Robert Schumann’s symphonies […]

Beatrice Rana’s Carnegie recital goes from flashy Chopin to characterful Debussy – Mar 10, 2022

Beatrice Rana’s home country has given the world countless musical terms, […]

Voices of the Americas: Ekmeles leads a wide-ranging polyphonic vocal tour – Mar 05, 2022

The Americas Society maintains a fairly unsung but high quality, and […]

Russian pianist Trifonov finds a welcoming Carnegie crowd – Mar 04, 2022

While the Russian army was shelling the largest nuclear power plant […]

Kurzak is a beguiling force in “Tosca” – Mar 03, 2022

Puccini’s Tosca returned to the Metropolitan Opera for the third time […]

Lise Davidsen soars in Met Opera’s delightful “Ariadne” – Mar 02, 2022

The late Elijah Moshinsky’s 1993 production of Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos […]

A starry cast delivers an imposing, powerful “Don Carlos” in belated Met premiere – Mar 01, 2022

The Metropolitan Opera returned from its February hiatus Monday night with […]



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