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Nono’s “Intolleranza 1960” finds contemporary resonance from Botstein, ASO – Mar 02, 2018

Leon Botstein, music director of the American Symphony Orchestra, knows the […]

Constantinople rises again in MB1800 series – Dec 19, 2017

The Baroque era is the founding inspiration for the New York-based […]

Cuban early-music group Ars Longa makes a lively New York debut – Feb 27, 2017

The event was a kind of simulation — a musical recreation […]

José Menor delivers eloquent tribute on 100th anniversary of Granados death – Mar 26, 2016

Enrique Granados came to New York in 1916 for the Metropolitan […]

Serkin’s stellar playing makes the strongest case for Reger in mixed ASO program – Mar 19, 2016

Under longtime music director Leon Botstein the American Symphony Orchestra has […]

Jerusalem Quartet finds space to soar in Bartók’s stark landscape – Jan 31, 2016

Béla Bartók’s string quartets are navigated as much as they’re played. […]

Old worlds collide and make the strongest impact with Gilbert, Philharmonic – Jan 16, 2016

There is no escaping the influence of Igor Stravinsky for composers […]

Chinese orchestra shows both solo virtuosity and a familiar sense of tradition – Dec 19, 2015

Chinese classical music is far older than its Western counterpart but […]

Chamber Music Society brings joy and eloquence to Bach Brandenburgs – Dec 13, 2015

A pillar of classical repertory and a New York holiday favorite […]

Chamber Music Society goes for Baroque with program of rarities – Dec 05, 2015

In the triangular canon of Baroque music, it’s Bach (the elder) […]


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