Archive for 2022

Phan, Copland House offer American music from the outside – Dec 06, 2022

The Music From Copland House chamber concert series is back this […]

Met’s “Aida” returns in worthy style for final run of Frisell’s majestic production – Dec 03, 2022

In 2019, the Metropolitan Opera general manager Peter Gelb announced that […]

Berman finds profound, luminous meaning in Silvestrov’s music – Dec 02, 2022

Valentin Silvestrov is the most prominent Ukrainian composer of the last […]

Bridges’ recital at the Y roves far and wide, including Lopez premiere – Dec 02, 2022

A funny thing happened to mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges on her way […]

Modus Operandi strings deliver absorbing performance at Merkin Hall – Dec 01, 2022

The Strings of the Modus Operandi Orchestra made their Merkin Hall […]

If not ideally focused in theme, much terrific playing in a night of Carpathian piano music – Nov 28, 2022

Sunday night in Zankel Hall, three pianists (at two pianos), took […]

Remembering the renowned American composer and diarist Ned Rorem  – Nov 25, 2022

News of the passing of Ned Rorem—the prolific American composer and […]

“The Hours” builds a moving, spellbinding drama in Met premiere – Nov 23, 2022

The Hours, which began as an award-winning, best-selling novel, and was […]

December 23 – Nov 22, 2022

Metropolitan Opera Verdi: Rigoletto Luca Salsi, Lisette Oropesa, Stephen Costello, John Relyea Speranza Scappucci, conductor 7 […]

Helix! reflects social justice streams with Bryan cantata, diverse new works – Nov 21, 2022

Courtney Bryan’s one-movement cantata Yet Unheard, composed in memory of Sandra […]


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