Weilerstein’s thrilling Saint-Saëns powers Romantic Philharmonic program – Nov 22, 2019

The program that the New York Philharmonic presented Thursday night appeared […]

Comic brilliance, superb singing make for memorable Mozart in Met’s “Figaro” – Nov 21, 2019

Le Nozze di Figaro is one of the most cherished gems […]

Alexander Quartet brings old-school virtues to traditional program – Nov 21, 2019

Somewhere, there is probably still a Chinese restaurant where you order […]

Conrad Tao makes a stormy and singular Carnegie Hall debut – Nov 21, 2019

Conrad Tao began as a prodigy on both the violin and […]

Flutist Ferguson, RUCKUS go back to the future with big-band Bach – Nov 18, 2019

The first thing one noticed when Emi Ferguson entered Corpus Christi […]

Dessner’s “Wires” get crossed but Rouvali strikes sparks in Philharmonic debut – Nov 17, 2019

It was a weekend of newness for the New York Philharmonic, […]

Muti, Chicago Symphony mine fresh gold in kaleidoscopic Prokofiev – Nov 17, 2019

Old was new and new was old in the Chicago Symphony […]

Visions of mortality by Ticheli and Brahms vie in New York Choral Society program – Nov 16, 2019

With multiple performances in New York this year of “A German […]

Muti, Chicago Symphony return to Carnegie bearing small gifts – Nov 16, 2019

When an orchestra, major or minor, hits the road, the aim […]

Purrington premiere, Barton’s Ives vie with rough playing in ACO program – Nov 14, 2019

American Composers Orchestra plays an important role in the musical life […]


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