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 […]

Paterson premiere, Schumann shine in Indianapolis Quartet’s Carnegie debut – Mar 06, 2020

New York in spring would be a great place to celebrate […]

Vivid vocalism keeps Met’s muddled “Dutchman” afloat – Mar 03, 2020

There is certainly no shortage of memorable overtures in the operatic […]

NY Youth Symphony, cellist Elliott show their spirited mettle at Carnegie Hall – Mar 02, 2020

Youth concerts are, of course, an opportunity to hear talented voices […]

A Leap Day of faith with Mazzoli & Moran together and apart – Mar 01, 2020

There is a hoary Leap Day tradition that women may take […]

Parlando’s fine playing speaks for itself at Merkin Hall – Feb 28, 2020

The word parlando has several meanings: In the original Italian, it […]

Oropesa is an unforgettable Violetta in Met’s “Traviata” revival – Feb 27, 2020

There’s a melancholy feeling that very occasionally accompanies the greatest performances. […]

After a shaky Eighth and Ninth, a triumphant choral coda closes Gardiner’s Beethoven week – Feb 25, 2020

Is it really possible that Ludwig van Beethoven would have been […]

Fischer leads BFO in a superficial traversal of Mahler’s depths – Feb 25, 2020

On paper, it promised to be a journey from death and […]


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