Archive for May 7th, 2014
The Folger Theatre is presenting a fabulous production of Fiasco Theater’s Two Gents. My review for the online magazine, Monologging, is here: http://monologging.org/two-gentlemen-their-mistresses-and-a-dog/ Related posts: What’s My Line? It’s that time of year again! Comedy with an edge
Emanuel Ax, a marvelous interpreter of Johannes Brahms, has embarked on a project that explores Brahms’s piano music in its original forms but also takes his music further by commissioning contemporary composers to make works around his music. We have the opportunity to hear some of the fruits of this project at […]
11:00 PM MUSIC DAYS in HITZACKER ENSEMBLE: Academy of Early Music Berlin Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Serenade No. 13 in G Major for Strings, K. 525, Eine kleine Nachtmusik SOLOISTS: Konstantin Lifschitz, piano; Marie-Luise Neunecker, horn; Jörg Widmann, clarinet; Diego Chenna, bassoon; Matthias Lingenfelder, violin; Jens Oppermann, violin; Matthias Buchholz, viola Leoš Janácek Concertino for Piano, […]
The ensembles Loadbang and Mivos performed work written by each other during the Cutting Edge Concerts festival.
The festival opened with Christopher Rouse’s “Requiem” conducted by Alan Gilbert and performed by the New York Philharmonic and the Westminster Symphonic Choir.
10:01 PM Frederic Chopin — Piano Concerto No. 1 Key: eOpus: 11Conductor: Andris NelsonsEnsemble: Staatskapelle BerlinDaniel Barenboim, pianoDG/Archiv, 15387 9:52 PM Albert Lortzing — Undine Overture Conductor: Horst NeumannEnsemble: Radio Symphony Orch of LeipzigM Polo/HK, 8220310 9:08 PM Richard Strauss — Don Quixote Opus: 35Conductor: James LevineEnsemble: Metropolitan Opera OrchestraDG/Archiv, 447762 9:04 PM Frederic Chopin […]