Archive for March, 2023

Davidsen a stately, subtle Marschallin as Met’s “Rosenkavalier” returns – Mar 28, 2023

The Metropolitan Opera’s 2017 production of Der Rosenkavalier returned Monday night, with some […]

A tree grows in Carnegie as Botstein, ASO revive Strauss’s “Daphne” – Mar 24, 2023

Richard Strauss’s late, one-act opera Daphne is not exactly action-packed. Even […]

March 29 – Mar 23, 2023

New York Philharmonic Susanna Mälkki, conductor Claire Chase, flutist esperanza spalding, bassist Ives: The Unanswered Question Felipe […]

Simon, Reid works provide the highlights with American Composers Orchestra – Mar 17, 2023

The American Composers Orchestra and guest conductor Daniela Candillari were in […]

A superb cast brings out the comic ingenuity of Verdi’s swan song in Met’s “Falstaff” – Mar 13, 2023

The more one sees performances of Verdi’s Falstaff, the more strange it […]

Tilson Thomas returns to NY Phil with an affecting evening of Schubert and MTT – Mar 10, 2023

Beyond his great musicianship—he is the most important American classical musician […]

Payare, Montreal Symphony deliver magnificent Mahler – Mar 09, 2023

Only a few days have passed since the Vienna Philharmonic’s extraordinary […]

Sejong Soloists offers polished playing, intriguing work in progress – Mar 08, 2023

Sejong Soloists, the polished chamber-size string orchestra, brought a quietly radical […]

Thielemann, Vienna Philharmonic wrap Carnegie stand with memorable Bruckner – Mar 06, 2023

In 1892, the Vienna Philharmonic premiered Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 8, […]

Angel Blue’s captivating Violetta, Luisotti’s conducting spark Met’s “Traviata” – Mar 05, 2023

The Metropolitan Opera capped the first week of its spring season […]



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