Archive for June, 2022

Violinist Richard Lin makes a captivating Carnegie Hall debut – Jun 25, 2022

If there is a melody that violinist Richard Lin can’t make […]

Orchestra of St. Luke’s closes Bach festival with fine playing and a lotta yadda – Jun 23, 2022

There should be more talk at classical concerts.  More context and […]

August 21 – Jun 22, 2022

Ursula Oppens, pianist Mozart: Rondo in A minor Rzewski: Rondo Schubert: Sonata in A […]

Met Orchestra, soloists take flight in Strauss, Wagner at Carnegie Hall – Jun 16, 2022

The Met Orchestra musicians have played several concerts at Carnegie Hall […]

Vengerov, young violinists light up Oxford Philharmonic’s U.S. debut at Carnegie – Jun 08, 2022

For Americans gazing across the water, the ancient town of Oxford, […]

Cellist Sutter digs deep with Glass’s complete “Songs and Poems” – Jun 08, 2022

Tuesday night’s concert in the crypt under the Church of the […]

Botstein, American Symphony spin That 90’s Show with percussion aplenty  – Jun 06, 2022

If, like this writer, you worked for a big-city symphony orchestra […]

Albany Symphony wraps season with an American celebration – Jun 05, 2022

The Albany Symphony Orchestra delivered their final season concert Saturday night […]

Widmann premiere adds dark heft to amiable evening with Mutter and friends – Jun 03, 2022

The violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, once the beneficiary of big-name sponsorship herself […]

Cleveland Orchestra, Szeps-Znaider bring refinement and mystery to Carnegie – Jun 02, 2022

The unifying quality of the Cleveland Orchestra’s concert Wednesday night in […]



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