Clyne’s “Seamstress” could use more stitchwork in mixed Chicago Symphony premiere – May 30, 2015

Contemporary music has not exactly been a hallmark of the Riccardo Muti […]

Liebermann premiere makes strong impact with Emerson Quartet – May 22, 2015

In addition to serving as downtown Chicago base for Music of the […]

Salonen, Chicago Symphony and stellar cast deliver a haunting and memorable “Pelléas” – May 19, 2015

“If I was God,” says the aged Arkel near the end of […]

Florida Grand Opera delivers a powerful staging of Menotti’s “Consul” – May 11, 2015

Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Consul is one of the great American operas […]

Aggressive virtuosity and fitful poetry in Lang Lang’s return to Chicago – May 11, 2015

Following its regular opera season, another mariachi musical, and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s […]

Stephen Hough’s luminous artistry makes for memorable Chopin, Debussy in Boston – May 11, 2015

No two composers transformed the sound of the piano quite like Chopin […]

Les Arts Florissants makes a delightful (and belated) Miami debut – May 03, 2015

The New World Center was transformed into an intimate Baroque opera house […]

Mutter shines in two rare concertos with Tilson Thomas and New World Symphony – Apr 27, 2015

Violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter’s first Miami performance in two decades drew a large […]

Australian Chamber Orchestra closes Fort Lauderdale classical season on high note – Apr 25, 2015

A dark and ghostly performance of Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 was the […]

Kissin’s distinctive mastery brings illumination on a rainy afternoon – Apr 23, 2015

There are innumerable gifted keyboard artists on the current scene. But there […]