Takács Quartet at their peak in wide-ranging program – Oct 19, 2014

With the Chicago Symphony Orchestra departing this week for another European tour, [...]

Handel and Haydn launches 200th anniversary season with Baroque splendor – Oct 12, 2014

Message to college students now flocking to Boston: Symphony Hall is the [...]

Conductor Davis, radiant Fleming make a case for Strauss’s talky “Capriccio” – Oct 08, 2014

In the early going of Capriccio the brittle, artsy musings of the wealthy [...]

Pollini offers regal Schumann and Chopin in Boston return – Oct 08, 2014

Symphony Hall played host to royalty Sunday afternoon, as pianist Maurizio Pollini, [...]

Hampson and Di Giacomo lift SFO’s atmospheric “Un Ballo” – Oct 07, 2014

One day after San Francisco Opera general director David Gockley announced that [...]

American Music Project launches with epic Wurtz quintet and vigorous performances – Oct 06, 2014

On Sunday, the American Music Project advanced from ambitious dream to concert [...]

With a brilliant cast and edgy staging, Lyric Opera scores a triumph in “Don Giovanni” – Sep 30, 2014

One major initiative of Anthony Freud, general director of the Lyric Opera [...]

Festive inaugural concert ushers in the Nelsons era for Boston Symphony Orchestra – Sep 30, 2014

Saturday’s gala inaugural concert by and for Andris Nelsons as music director [...]

Netrebko tears it up in the Met’s riveting, well-sung “Macbeth” – Sep 26, 2014

Opera, as we know, is not just about the singing. To hear [...]

New York Philharmonic gets down to business with Mahler, Chin premiere – Sep 25, 2014

After last week’s peculiar gala concert, the New York Philharmonic was back [...]