Articles

Anna Clyne’s “Night Ferry” set to sail after a long creative voyage – Feb 08, 2012

For over a century the Fine Arts building on S. Michigan Avenue [...]

Garrick Ohlsson, a Chopin player for all seasons – Feb 07, 2012

The watershed moment in Garrick Ohlsson’s career is often taken to be [...]

The shade of Levine hovers over new Harbison symphony – Jan 11, 2012

When the Boston Symphony Orchestra launches into the world premiere of John [...]

Nicole Cabell: Chicago’s un-diva opera star – Jan 03, 2012

At a time when opera presenters are doing all they can to [...]

In a tough economy, Palm Beach Opera opens its 50th season with confidence – Dec 14, 2011

The empty tables at Palm Beach Opera’s pre-opening dinner for Rigoletto in [...]

Hilary Hahn to focus on small things with encores project – Oct 21, 2011

Hilary Hahn made an acclaimed recording debut at age 16 in music [...]

Berlioz’s rarely heard Shakespearean comedy to open Opera Boston season – Oct 18, 2011

In the concert hall, Hector Berlioz is a household name. His Symphonie [...]

Seraphic Fire, Miami’s feted chamber choir, set to launch 10th season – Oct 17, 2011

  At a typical concert of a symphony orchestra, the audience streams [...]

Boston Symphony launches a transitional season with an eye toward future podium potential – Sep 30, 2011

The season-opening concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra Friday night will be [...]

Polenzani ready for the challenge of “Hoffmann” at the Lyric Opera – Sep 29, 2011

Tenor Matthew Polenzani was looking at two important debuts in Chicago last [...]