Archive for February, 2024

At 85, Joan Tower is musically feted by friends and colleagues – Feb 26, 2024

There was a time when Joan Tower was something of an […]

Parlando powerfully explores last things with Shostakovich – Feb 26, 2024

Ian Niederhoffer may need to tweak his patented chili-pepper ranking system […]

Kim makes an exhilarating second impression in Philharmonic debut  – Feb 23, 2024

What your mother told you is true: first impressions matter. Eun […]

Met’s 2024-25 season will bring new “Aida” and “Salome,” four contemporary operas – Feb 22, 2024

The Metropolitan Opera will continue its expansion into contemporary opera in […]

February 26 – Feb 21, 2024

Metropolitan OperaVerdi: La Forza del DestinoLise Davidsen, Brian Jagde, Igor Golovatenko, Judit […]

Liu’s fresh-look Rachmaninoff highlights a mixed Philharmonic program – Feb 16, 2024

The poet got it wrong: February is the cruelest month.  The […]

On Site Opera’s clever “Coffee Cantata” provides modern shot of caffeine to Bach – Feb 15, 2024

It took some strong coffee to do it, but for a […]

Marian Consort explores the luminous music of Lusitano – Feb 12, 2024

Music Before 1800’s Sunday afternoon concert at Corpus Christi church was […]

A convivial evening of Czech music centered on the prolific Juraj Filas – Feb 10, 2024

The Year of Czech Music, New York edition, got under way […]

Bernstein “Serenade” charms and Strauss Alpine climb exhausts with Philharmonic – Feb 09, 2024

In 1911, Richard Strauss, by then mainly an opera composer, had […]

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