Eighty-eight reasons to seek music online during the shutdown – May 18, 2020

CDs, YouTube, and online concerts continue to provide contact-free home delivery […]

What will the fall music season look like? Smaller, less epic and more soloistic—if it happens – May 12, 2020

The deadly Covid-19 pandemic continues to cut a swathe across the […]

Ten Recordings to get you through the shutdown (Part II) – Apr 10, 2020

Two weeks ago I posted the first installment of Ten Recordings […]

Ten Recordings to get you through the shutdown (Part I) – Mar 28, 2020

All live performances across the country have necessarily come to a […]

Streaming links to get your music fix during the COVID-19 quarantine – Mar 17, 2020

In order to serve New York Classical Review readers during the […]

Canellakis-Brown Duo brings skill, empathy to Grieg, Ginastera – Mar 11, 2020

The Canellakis-Brown Duo—cellist Nicholas Canellakis and pianist Michael Brown—have been playing […]

Chamber Music Society explores a Schumann classic and choice rarities in rewarding program – Mar 09, 2020

The marquee item for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s […]

Young violinist, Montclair Orchestra earn their kilts in Scottish program – Mar 09, 2020

Montclair’s heart was in the Highlands Sunday as the New Jersey […]

NY Choral explores two contrasted 20th-century masses – Mar 07, 2020

It’s interesting to see what a choir chooses to sing when […]

In belated Philharmonic debut, Langrée draws exquisite results – Mar 06, 2020

Louis Langrée is no stranger to David Geffen Hall. He is […]


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