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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, […]

“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 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 […]

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 […]

Hahn receives Avery Fisher Prize, shows why with fantastical Prokofiev – Jan 12, 2024

The Czech conductor Jakub Hrůša led the New York Philharmonic Thursday […]

Barokksolistene’s “Winter Wassail” cuts loose with spirit of the season – Dec 18, 2023

The question Sunday night in the Assembly Hall of the Riverside […]

A timely tale of Jewish courage in ASO’s “Judas Maccabaeus” – Dec 15, 2023

Once again in this period of war and dread, world events […]

The Big Easy: Trifonov makes it all sound effortless, even the “Hammerklavier” – Dec 13, 2023

Listening to Daniil Trifonov’s recital in Carnegie Hall Tuesday night, one’s […]

Blazing Bartók tops a mixed Philharmonic debut with Orozco-Estrada – Dec 07, 2023

The New York Philharmonic went looking for love in all the […]

Pianist Lin at her best in intimate, nostalgic music  – Dec 03, 2023

Surrounded as we are in the concert world by bombast and […]


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