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Uchida takes Carnegie audience along on an intimate Schubert journey – May 05, 2019

To say that pianist Mitsuko Uchida gave a memorable performance of …

Montclair Orchestra shines brightest in Haydn, Bizet – Apr 29, 2019

The Montclair Orchestra rose above a rocky outing with Berlioz’s Les …

A pair of tragic symphonies with varied results from Bychkov, Philharmonic – Apr 25, 2019

At Wednesday’s concert of the New York Philharmonic, sober reflection and …

Critic’s Choice – Apr 17, 2019

The relative lull of a holiday week turns the spotlight to …

Affecting “Bound” probes dissonances of second-generation Americans – Apr 16, 2019

One day in 2012, TV viewers in Houston watched as Diane …

CMS celebrates George Crumb, from early works to a world premiere – Apr 15, 2019

As of Sunday’s world premiere of his new percussion quintet, it’s …

American Composers Orchestra casts a widely traveled net at Zankel Hall – Apr 12, 2019

For all of its aspirations to be the home team of …

From down-home Hungary to existential horror with Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra – Apr 07, 2019

With notable Hungarian-Americans such as former New York governor George Pataki …

Brett Dean premiere a signal achievement in CMS program – Apr 06, 2019

There’s an old story, doubtless apocryphal, about Albert Einstein playing violin …

Composers fete their teacher John Eaton at Symphony Space – Mar 31, 2019

Whether or not John Eaton’s name is a household word depends …