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Uchida’s final Schubert program fills Carnegie Hall with deep introspection – Jun 19, 2019

Mitsuko Uchida completed her cycle of the Schubert piano sonatas Tuesday …

Garanča’s Mahler delves deep while Yannick’s Bruckner glitters with Met Orchestra – Jun 15, 2019

Following the applause that ended Friday night’s final season performance by …

String Orchestra of Brooklyn wraps season with trumpets and an ode to “Florida man” – Jun 09, 2019

The terrific ensemble, the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, concluded their current …

Freedom’s just another word in premiere of Lang’s trite “prisoner of the state” – Jun 07, 2019

Beethoven has threaded through the New York Philharmonic’s season-ending series, Music …

Bruckner’s power and eloquence emerge through a challenging acoustic with van Zweden, Philharmonic – May 28, 2019

The music for this year’s New York Philharmonic’s free Memorial Day …

July 15 – May 27, 2019

Jupiter String Quartet Chamber Players

Hasse: Sinfonia in G minor
Glück: …

Todd Crow displays subtle, masterful artistry at Zankel Hall – May 24, 2019

The classical music business being what it is—recordings, tours, marketing—it can …

Honeck, Pittsburgh Symphony offer mixed Mahler in an episodic Fifth – May 20, 2019

Conductor Manfred Honeck has earned a reputation for rightness. His approach …

Tower and Turnage works for bassoon quintet given supreme advocacy at CMS – May 17, 2019

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center concluded the new music …

Hewitt’s Bach Odyssey offers a safe and buckled-up journey – May 12, 2019

Pianist Angela Hewitt is currently in the midst of “Bach Odyssey,” …