With his studio transplanted, Charles Ives’ music lives again at the American Academy of Arts and Letters – Apr 15, 2014

Sunday afternoon, the American Academy of Arts and Letters presented a concert [...]

Father-daughter team shines in Detroit revival of Bolcom’s “A View from the Bridge” – Apr 06, 2014

“I ain’t her father,” says the rough Brooklyn dock worker Eddie Carbone [...]

Noseda, orchestra and fine cast make a heroic case for the Met’s “Chenier” – Mar 26, 2014

The Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Andrea Chénier offers a night of pleasure [...]

Mehta, Israel Philharmonic serve Bruckner’s Eighth straight up in Boston – Mar 21, 2014

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and its maestro-since-forever Zubin Mehta painted Anton Bruckner’s [...]

Hampson is a moving Wozzeck in belated role debut – Mar 15, 2014

Thursday night, one week after Matthias Goerne’s remarkable performance as Wozzeck as [...]

Gilbert, NY Philharmonic soar in magnificent night of Nielsen – Mar 14, 2014

Despite the skill and flair the New York Philharmonic has played with [...]

Sarasota Opera makes a powerful case for Verdi’s “Jerusalem” – Mar 11, 2014

The main attraction for operaphiles this year in Sarasota is Verdi’s Jerusalem, [...]

Dessay brings an intimate side of her art to Boston recital – Mar 10, 2014

In the last few years, soprano Natalie Dessay has begun to move [...]

Sarasota Opera’s “Trovatore” eventually sparks Verdian fire – Mar 10, 2014

When the Marx Brothers vivisected Il Trovatore in A Night at the Opera, [...]

Sarasota Opera serves up rollicking Rossini with an inspired “Barber” – Mar 10, 2014

For a work as popular as Il barbiere di Siviglia, it’s striking [...]