Archive for September, 2022

Shostakovich’s “Lady Macbeth” a searing experience in Met revival – Sep 30, 2022

The Metropolitan Opera’s 2022-2023 season, which opened this week, got a […]

Philadelphians open Carnegie season in high Yannick mode with brash Ravel, fantastic Liszt – Sep 30, 2022

If you ever wondered what Ravel’s La valse would sound like […]

Honeck and a sterling Met cast bring luminous grace to Mozart’s “Idomeneo” – Sep 29, 2022

The Metropolitan Opera revived Jean-Pierre Ponnelle’s 1982 production of Mozart’s Idomeneo […]

Radvanovsky triumphs in Met’s season-opening “Medea” – Sep 28, 2022

When Sondra Radvanovsky appeared for her solo bow, immediately after the […]

Somlai’s dazzling Beethoven lights up American Classical Orchestra opener – Sep 23, 2022

Although New York is the place of superlatives, for some being […]

Parlando program impressively explores the “Sacred and Profane” – Sep 23, 2022

Conductor Ian Niederhoffer has accomplished two impressive feats by the age […]

October 23 – Sep 22, 2022

MET Orchestra Chamber Ensemble Paul Appleby, tenor Britten: Phantasy for Oboe Quartet Coleridge-Taylor: Nonet Britten: […]

Music of spacious subversion, rendered by Kigawa with focused nuance – Sep 21, 2022

Classical music is a formal music, and the repertoire is packed […]

Teatro Real Orchestra brings dazzle and Spanish flair to U.S. debut – Sep 16, 2022

The parade of European orchestras that bring Continental polish and national […]

Momenta Quartet opens festival with luminous lineup – Sep 16, 2022

Postponed from June—when it would have ended the 2021-22 classical music […]


" "


 Subscribe via RSS