Dark rarities offer bright rewards in Chamber Music Society program – May 03, 2019

The turnout was sparser than usual Wednesday night at the Harris […]

“The Phoenix” soars in Houston Grand Opera world premiere – Apr 29, 2019

If Lorenzo Da Ponte hadn’t created the texts of three of […]

A feminist updating in Washington lends contemporary resonance to Stradella’s “Susanna” – Apr 24, 2019

Opera Lafayette is closing its season with one of the strongest […]

Tilson Thomas leads New World Symphony in music of Tilson Thomas – Apr 22, 2019

Michael Tilson Thomas’ multiple talents as conductor, composer and arranger took […]

Capuçon and Wang prove a simpatico duo for Boston’s Celebrity Series – Apr 08, 2019

Nearly a decade ago, Yuja Wang began to seek new performance […]

National Symphony forces soar in Auerbach’s awesome Arctic premiere – Apr 01, 2019

The National Symphony Orchestra’s concerts this past week, led by Teddy […]

Cleobury makes a valedictory tour stop in Washington with Kings College Choir – Apr 01, 2019

Stephen Cleobury is stepping down after 37 years at the helm […]

A heroic sendoff for MTT with San Francisco Symphony’s memorable Beethoven – Mar 25, 2019

Over a long tenure, the strengths of a music director can […]

Fleming highlights a soaring evening of Strauss with Nelsons, Boston Symphony – Mar 16, 2019

In the final scene of Richard Strauss’s Capriccio, Countess Madeleine must […]

Mutter and Orkis remain a timeless team in Carnegie Hall recital – Mar 14, 2019

For several decades now, Anne-Sophie Mutter and Lambert Orkis have been […]