Archive for May 4th, 2014
The Washington National Opera manages to match dominance of Jun Kaneko’s design with good singing
8:00 AM Gabriel Faure Messe des Pecheurs de Villerville (Fishermen’s Mass) Harm Mundi 901292 COND Philippe Herreweghe Orch de la Chapelle Royale La Chapelle Royale Chorus 8:20 AM Johann Sebastian Bach Sehet, welch eine Liebe hat uns der Vater erzeiget (Behold, what a love has the Father shown to us) DG/Archiv 463589 COND John Eliot […]
Anthony Newman, who was once enlisted to bring Bach to the counterculture masses, has been music director at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Bedford since 1991.
The Spring for Music festival at Carnegie Hall will include orchestras from New York, Cincinnati, Winnipeg and other cities in North America.
Symphony orchestras in Albany, Buffalo and Rochester are trying new methods and models to secure audiences beyond their traditional ones.
In advance of the Post’s review, a ten-year-old gives his initial impression of the Washington National Opera’s “The Magic Flute.”
8:26 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Symphony No. 36 Key: CConductor: Hans GrafEnsemble: Salzburg Mozarteum OrchestraLaserLight, 15864 8:19 PM Enrique Granados — Goyescas: La Maja y el Ruisenor Gabriela Montero, pianoAngel/EMI, 58039 8:00 PM Camille Saint-Saens — Cello Concerto No. 1 Key: aOpus: 33Conductor: Mstislav RostropovichEnsemble: London Symphony OrchestraHan-Na Chang,celloAngel/EMI, 56126 6:39 PM Tobias Picker […]