Archive for January, 2023

Wang triumphs in all-Rachmaninoff, all-at-once Carnegie marathon – Jan 29, 2023

Long before this year’s movie awards are handed out, fans of […]

A focused expression serves composers best in Kronos Quartet’s Zankel program – Jan 28, 2023

Among the Kronos Quartet’s many virtues, they curate excellent albums and […]

Fujita brings light touch to Liszt, Brahms, and the Schumanns in Carnegie debut – Jan 26, 2023

One gets the feeling that when Mao Fujita looks at a […]

February 22 – Jan 25, 2023

Hanzhi Wang, accordionist Steven Banks, saxophonist HandeL Recorder Sonata in G minor Penderecki: Three […]

Met Chamber players run ‘la gamme’ of Debussy, Caplet, Saint-Saëns, Poulenc – Jan 24, 2023

The Met Orchestra Chamber Ensemble returned to Carnegie Hall on Monday […]

Back to the future: Third Coast Percussion winningly melds music and dance traditions in Carnegie debut – Jan 21, 2023

The Chicago-based Third Coast Percussion made their Carnegie debut Friday night […]

Hybrid ensemble-band yMusic shows its best side in Carnegie Hall recital – Jan 20, 2023

In most music, they’re called bands; in classical music, they’re ensembles. […]

Welser-Möst recombines Berg and Schubert in Cleveland Orchestra’s Carnegie Hall stop – Jan 19, 2023

Despite a complement of musicians that looked large enough to produce […]

Met Opera’s “Dialogues des Carmélites” is a devastating, emotional tour de force – Jan 16, 2023

Debuts abounded in the season premiere of Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites […]

Twelfth Night and soloists bring youthful spark and a rom-com heart to Handel’s “Aminta e Fillide” – Jan 16, 2023

Paradoxically, the vogue for the oldest music has always skewed young. […]



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