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Utah Arts Review to launch this fall – Jul 17, 2018

I’m delighted to announce the launch of Utah Arts Review, our eighth […]

Nelsons leads Boston Symphony in belated “Bohème” debut at Tanglewood – Jul 17, 2018

Vestiges of Leonard Bernstein’s legacy are everywhere at the Tanglewood Festival this […]

Yes, celebrate Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday. But what about other, better American composers? – Jul 12, 2018

If you’ve been living in an adjacent galaxy for the past several […]

Kissin returns to DC with ferocity in Beethoven, poetry in Rachmaninoff – May 18, 2018

Two and a half years was a long time to go without […]

Wang’s powerful virtuosity stronger on flash than depth in Boston recital – May 13, 2018

There is no doubting Yuja Wang’s technique at the keyboard. The Chinese-born […]

Fort Worth Symphony to bring an innovative and intriguing program to DC – Apr 10, 2018

Two contemporary works and one twentieth-century masterpiece came together for an innovative, […]

Kaufmann makes an impressive Tristan debut with Boston Symphony – Apr 10, 2018

Surprisingly, Wagner’s music has been rarely performed in Boston; but that is […]

Boston Symphony’s Widmann premiere bridges Leipzig’s musical past and present – Mar 31, 2018

The current alliance between the Boston Symphony and Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestras has already brought […]

Takács Quartet brings elegance and electricity to Boston concert – Mar 25, 2018

If it doesn’t breed contempt, as the saying suggests, familiarity can be […]

From Gluck to Glass, Anthony Roth Costanzo is broadening opera’s reach – Mar 17, 2018

“I hang out with people who go to galleries, who are in […]