Archive for March, 2024

Narucki, Macomber tease and dazzle in Kafkaesque Kurtág – Mar 31, 2024

Ever since its composition in the mid-1980s, Kafka Fragments, György Kurtág’s […]

Azrieli Prize winners mix Biblical depths with Canadian birdsong – Mar 29, 2024

A fresh breeze from up North blew through Alice Tully Hall […]

With an elegant “Rondine,” Met revives a not-great Puccini opera with great music – Mar 27, 2024

Puccini is the mainstay of most Metropolitan Opera seasons, so it’s […]

An evening of art-inspired music suffers from lack of visual element – Mar 26, 2024

Violinist Dan Flanagan collects both paintings and new pieces of music. […]

Music Before 1800 explores the kora tradition of Mali – Mar 25, 2024

The sight of an audience swaying to the music and tapping […]

Botstein, ASO and a cast of hundreds scale Schoenberg’s massive “Gurre-Lieder” – Mar 23, 2024

Did Romanticism in music collapse of its own weight?  Some think […]

Philharmonic program proves more than the sum of its parts – Mar 22, 2024

As Jaap van Zweden’s final concerts as music director of the […]

Continuum pays rich musical homage to Chou Wen-chung – Mar 22, 2024

The life and music of Chou Wen-chung was commemorated at the […]

April 19 – Mar 21, 2024

Mark Peskanov, violinistAsiya Korepanova, pianistBeethoven: Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. […]

Pianist Brown brings customary excellence, insight to a personal program for CMSLC – Mar 20, 2024

A solo concert is chamber music of a kind. The term […]

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