Archive for January, 2024

Boutris and friends present the art of the clarinet at Carnegie Hall – Jan 30, 2024

At the start and finish of his Monday night recital in Carnegie Hall, […]

Pianist Abduraimov casts a wide cultural net in Carnegie recital – Jan 27, 2024

It wasn’t hard to imagine that Behzod Abduraimov, pianist from Tashkent, […]

Botstein, ASO and soloists soar in Dvořák’s Requiem at Carnegie Hall – Jan 26, 2024

Leon Botstein, conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra, writes in the […]

Met Chamber Ensemble illumes the essence of Weimar with Hindemith, Weill, Strauss – Jan 23, 2024

Remember when classical music used to be fun? Not that it […]

February 21 – Jan 23, 2024

Yunchan Lim, pianistChopin: Trois nouvelle étudesChopin: Twelve Etudes, Op. 10Chopin: Twelve Etudes, […]

“The Chevalier” paints full-length portrait of Bologne in theater and music – Jan 22, 2024

Extraordinary times breed extraordinary lives. Some of these blaze in the […]

Cleveland Orchestra gets into gear with Prokofiev – Jan 22, 2024

Just two concerts in, Carnegie Hall’s in-season festival, “Fall of the […]

Cleveland Orchestra launches Carnegie’s Weimar Republic festival with vivid Bartók, pallid Mahler, Krenek – Jan 21, 2024

In music, the duchy (later city) of Weimar is remembered as […]

Bullock roves wide and deep in personal Zankel Hall program – Jan 20, 2024

It would have once been almost impossible to imagine a vocal […]

Gerstein achieves belated liftoff in flight of piano fantasies – Jan 19, 2024

Kirill Gerstein’s piano recital in Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall took a […]


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