Adès’ roiling, phantasmagoric “Dante” provides a heavenly Boston Symphony premiere – Mar 26, 2023

Over the years, Dante Alighieri’s Commedia has been the impetus for […]

Hope, Zurich Chamber Orchestra deliver light but enjoyable American program – Mar 21, 2023

When European ensembles tour the United States, they typically focus on […]

Tilson Thomas returns to NY Phil with an affecting evening of Schubert and MTT – Mar 11, 2023

Beyond his great musicianship—he is the most important American classical musician […]

Mutter and her Virtuosi bring an evening of violin fireworks to the Kravis Center – Feb 04, 2023

The violin took center stage Tuesday night at the Kravis Center […]

Andsnes’ consummate artistry illuminates Dvořák rarity and our times – Feb 01, 2023

It was heartening to see the large turnout for Leif Ove […]

Wang triumphs in all-Rachmaninoff, all-at-once Carnegie marathon – Jan 31, 2023

Long before this year’s movie awards are handed out, fans of […]

From Haydn to Elvis, worlds cohere rather than collide with Danish String Quartet – Jan 30, 2023

Rarely do Franz Josef Haydn and Elvis Presley find themselves sharing […]

Dello Joio’s captivating concerto receives sterling premiere from Ohlsson, Gilbert & BSO – Jan 15, 2023

Though the Boston Symphony Orchestra didn’t advertise it as such, Thursday […]

“Fedora” returns to Met after 25 years in a sumptuous, richly sung production – Jan 03, 2023

Fedora returned to the Metropolitan Opera on New Year’s Eve after […]

Thielemann makes a triumphant return, leading CSO in thrilling and majestic Bruckner – Oct 22, 2022

On the way to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert Thursday night, […]