Archive for September, 2023

“Nabucco” returns to Met, vocal thrills and spectacle intact – Sep 29, 2023

Verdi’s Nabucco returned to the Metropolitan Opera on Thursday in the […]

Met forces bring fresh drama and expressive depth to Verdi Requiem – Sep 28, 2023

Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking may be grabbing the headlines, but […]

“Dead Man Walking” powerfully opens Met season, video excess apart – Sep 27, 2023

It was a long trek, but Dead Man Walking finally made […]

Han Chen’s remarkable playing equal to the genius of Ligeti’s Etudes – Sep 25, 2023

György Ligeti’s three books of Études for piano are among the […]

Kaufmann meets Schubert, dancers and electronics in a theatrical “Doppelganger” – Sep 23, 2023

In Romantic-era literature. the appearance of one’s doppelganger was a portent […]

October 24 – Sep 21, 2023

Vicky Chow, pianist Tomeka Reid: Lamenting G.F., A.A., B.T., T.M. Felipe Lara: Injust Intonations Caroline Shaw: Gustave […]

Music and art reunited for a night with stellar Feldman – Sep 20, 2023

Morton Feldman died in 1987 at the age of 61—a loss […]

Davidsen opens season with a solo recital to remember – Sep 15, 2023

In response to the financial headwinds that cultural institutions the world […]

Zorn at 70 hosts a short but thrilling set of four premieres – Sep 15, 2023

One of the major musical events going on in New York […]

Critic Picks for 2023-24 – Sep 11, 2023

“Dopplegánger.” Jonas Kaufmann and Claus Guth. Park Avenue Armory. September 22-28. […]



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