Articles

Marking its tenth anniversary, ICE looks to expand its new-music cool – Nov 30, 2012

The International Contemporary Ensemble has never been afraid of thinking big. Plans [...]

As Florida Grand Opera opens season, new director charts an ambitious and adventurous course – Nov 13, 2012

The day after Susan Danis moved to Miami to take up the [...]

National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba to make belated South Florida debut in West Palm Beach – Nov 01, 2012

They travel in two buses, with an espresso machine on board to [...]

Maya Beiser’s “Elsewhere” to offer a feminist take on Lot’s wife at BAM – Oct 16, 2012

In popular culture, opera is often depicted as a riotous spectacle inhabited [...]

For 25 years New World Symphony alums are making beautiful music in different ways – Sep 30, 2012

As an alumnus of the New World Symphony, Zeneba Bowers has established [...]

Young organist celebrates Vierne with North American tour – Jul 03, 2012

It’s summertime and Chicago’s concert calendar is easy, with most significant classical [...]

New York Philharmonic to close season with Stockhausen’s tri-orchestral “Gruppen” – Jun 27, 2012

On a recent afternoon in New York City’s Park Avenue Armory, Matthias [...]

Grant Park Music Festival’s choral anniversary season promises to be golden – Jun 13, 2012

Sometimes the hype has it right. The Grant Park Music Festival, which [...]

Brazilian pianist eager to share his art at Miami Piano Festival – May 16, 2012

The face of young Brazilian pianist Fabio Martino lights up when asked [...]

Chicago Opera Theater to open season with light-hearted Shostakovich operetta (no, really) – Apr 12, 2012

Brian Dickie is going out in style. Since 1999 when he became [...]