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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 […]

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 […]

Chicago Symphony’s low brass rise to top billing with Higdon concerto premiere – Feb 01, 2018

At a rehearsal room at Symphony Center members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s […]

Top Ten Recordings of 2017 – Dec 26, 2017

1. Alessandro Stradella: Lagrime e Sospiri. Chantal Santon Jeffery, Galilei Consort, Benjamin […]

After the deluge: How Houston Grand Opera converted a convention center into an opera house – Oct 19, 2017

A few steps from the platform where her production of Verdi’s La […]

Chicago Symphony’s MusicNOW series to mark 20th anniversary with a retrospective – Sep 30, 2017

MusicNOW–the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s contemporary chamber series, which opens its 20th anniversary […]

Lost concerto’s revival marks the end of a long quest for Houston Symphony cellist – Apr 12, 2017

 In January 1935, cellist Gregor Piatigorsky and Arturo Toscanini offered the world […]

With birthday bash on tap, Philip Glass talks about reaching 80 years and 11 symphonies – Jan 30, 2017

For Philip Glass, the birthday present came early. Wednesday morning, Carnegie Hall […]

Marking 15 years, Welser-Möst is in a good place with Cleveland Orchestra – Jan 25, 2017

When Franz Welser-Möst was announced as music director of the Cleveland Orchestra, […]

HGO revisits Adams’ “Nixon in China” to mark 30th anniversary of Houston premiere – Jan 21, 2017

When Nixon in China was heard in its world premiere at Houston […]