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 […]

Lockhart, BBC Concert Orchestra make mixed impression in Miami – Apr 17, 2015

British orchestras bring a special idiomatic affinity to the music of their […]

Significant (and belated) U.S. premieres highlight Eötvös program with New World Symphony – Apr 06, 2015

Miami’s new-music faithful filled New World Center Saturday night, staying through the […]

Conductor and individual artists shine in Met’s unfocused “Don Carlo” – Apr 01, 2015

The Metropolitan Opera was fairly well packed on Monday for the return […]

When worlds converge, with Batiashvili and Lewis – Mar 31, 2015

The Celebrity Series of Boston offered two celebrities for the price of […]

Aided by Josefowicz’s fire, Adams returns to form with “Scheherazade.2″ – Mar 29, 2015

John Adams has lately seemed in danger of being spoiled by success. […]

Perahia shows the art that conceals art in cornerstone repertory – Mar 24, 2015

As pianists go, Murray Perahia is not one to often stray from […]

Fine singing and superb conducting in Verdi’s “Don Carlos’ at Sarasota Opera – Mar 19, 2015

When an opera company opens a production of Don Carlos with the […]

Boulez’s piano music is a cool dish, well (and generously) served by Aimard, Stefanovich – Mar 17, 2015

​Though Pierre Boulez has been a local legend as principal guest conductor […]

Sarasota Opera delivers an intense, gripping “Tosca” – Mar 17, 2015

The long-running complete Verdi cycle may be Sarasota Opera’s greatest claim to […]