Archive for March, 2024

Ravel and five world premieres highlight a transitional 2024-25 Philharmonic season – Mar 19, 2024

Gustavo Dudamel does not begin his full term as New York […]

Mäkelä, Orchestre de Paris conjure a spectacular “Firebird,” visceral “Rite” – Mar 17, 2024

A hundred and eleven years ago, a ballet audience in Paris […]

Poetry is king in an intimate “Winterreise” with Padmore and Uchida – Mar 16, 2024

People new (and not so new) to classical music sometimes ask, […]

A tie for NYO-USA All-Stars with idiomatic Gershwin and interminable Shostakovich – Mar 15, 2024

Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America […]

Tao’s fresh, illuminating Mozart highlights a standard Philharmonic program – Mar 14, 2024

On paper, this week’s New York Philharmonic program is as standard […]

Levit’s idiosyncratic artistry provides fitful, fascinating illumination at Carnegie – Mar 09, 2024

The great pianist Igor Levit is the leading example of the […]

Met’s “Romeo et Juliette” is très exquis – Mar 08, 2024

There are few perfect evenings in opera, but Roméo et Juliette […]

Philharmonic treks from Indian country to the Sultan’s court in Chan’s mixed debut – Mar 08, 2024

From a Native American reaching for his “Hollywood moment” to a […]

Vienna Philharmonic thrills with music from Weimar era (more or less) – Mar 03, 2024

At Carnegie Hall this concert season, “The Fall of the Weimar […]

Vienna Philharmonic explores seeds of Weimar with Bruckner and Berg – Mar 02, 2024

Franz Welser-Möst has returned to Carnegie Hall for the second time […]


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