Archive for March 10th, 2014
The young tenor Michael Fabiano gave Washington Concert Opera reason to put on minor Verdi work.
It’s all too easy to take something for granted when it is right on your doorstep. As I was listening to the Baltimore Choral Arts Society’s generous program ranging from Madrigals to Musicals yesterday afternoon, I realized afresh what a fine ensemble it is. Tom Hall – who interspersed his delicious commentary throughout the program […]
11:00 PM American Music Alan Gilbert, conductor Joshua Bell, violin Rouse: Prospero’s Rooms Bernstein: Serenade After Plato’s Symposium Ives: Symphony No 4
10:58 PM Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco — Sea Murmurs Xue-Wei, violinPamela Nicholson,pianoASV, 2105 10:22 PM Sir Arthur Sullivan — The Tempest: Incidental Music Conductor: Micheal SternEnsemble: Kansas City SymphonyReference, 115 10:07 PM Johann Sebastian Bach — Harpsichord Concerto No. 4 Key: AConductor: Andrew ManzeEnsemble: Academy of Ancient MusicRichard Egarr, harpsichordHarm Mundi, 907284 10:01 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart […]