Archive for May, 2022

“Rake’s Progress” makes a bright and polished return to Met – May 31, 2022

Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress (with libretto by W.H Auden), the final production of […]

Met offers an inspiring reprise of new “Rigoletto” – May 29, 2022

Bartlett Sher’s production of Rigoletto has returned for five performances to […]

Stars come out for a humanitarian night of music at Carnegie’s “Concert for Ukraine” – May 24, 2022

You could almost hear Carnegie Hall’s Rolodex whirring as it spun […]

June 22 – May 23, 2022

Orchestra of St. Luke’sBernard Labadie, conductorBach: The Musical Offering7 p.m. Carnegie […]

Kissin’s artistry offers finely balanced meal, saving the fireworks for last at Carnegie – May 21, 2022

There was just one rule at pianist Evgeny Kissin’s recital Friday […]

Met’s “Akhnaten” returns and rises to even greater heights – May 20, 2022

The Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Philip Glass’s Akhnaten opened Thursday night, with countertenor […]

Met brings together the season’s finest for a stellar spring “Bohème” – May 17, 2022

Monday night’s performance at the Metropolitan Opera felt as if the […]

Drama and strong cast, undermined by sound, fury and duration in Met’s “Hamlet” – May 15, 2022

Brett Dean and Matthew Jocelyn’s Hamlet has arrived at the Metropolitan […]

The Orchestra Now mirrors our time with 1930’s rarities at Carnegie Hall – May 13, 2022

A pandemic, a gilded age, an economic depression, a war—the 1920’s […]

Da Capo Chamber Players mark 50 years with lively mix of past and present – May 11, 2022

Fifty years as a performing ensemble is a prodigious achievement in […]



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