1:36 PM Bela Bartok — Hungarian Pictures Conductor: Marin AlsopEnsemble: Bournemouth Symphony OrchestraNaxos, 8557433 1:26 PM Antonio Lauro — Four Venezuelan Waltzes Jesus Castro Balbi, guitarEtCetera, 1110 1:03 PM Johann Sebastian Bach — Orchestral Suite No. 1 Key: CConductor: Helmut WinschermannEnsemble: German Bach SoloistsLaserLight, 15660 12:49 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Violin Sonata No. 3 […]
An installation piece with overlapping performances of works for solo violin at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine followed a symposium in Amherst, Mass.
From Riccardo Muti and Steve Reich to Caroline Shaw and Daniil Trifonov, the 51st season offers a nice balance of the established and the innovative — sometimes both at once.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art turns for the first time to a choreographer, Andrea Miller, to be its artist in residence next season.
The sun rises over the Vienna Academy Orchestra’s Day Four in Tokyo, a beautiful day and the day of the first concert at Musashino Hall. But there’s plenty of time until then to discover a bit of Tokyo. Little groups set out to get lost in the city; some new to the place and others veterans already from previous trips. Daring the Tokyo commuter rail network – what with nine rail and two metro
10:31 PM Edvard Grieg — Piano Concerto Key: aOpus: 16Conductor: Mariss JansonsEnsemble: Berlin PhilharmonicLeif Ove Andsnes, pianoAngel/EMI, 57562 10:26 PM Anthony Holborne — Alman: The Honeysuckle Ensemble: The King’s NoyseHarm Mundi, 907238 10:01 PM Joseph Haydn — Symphony No. 8 Key: GConductor: Nicholas WardEnsemble: Northern Chamber OrchestraNaxos, 8550722 9:36 PM Zoltan Kodaly — Hary Janos: […]
…the result is still a substantial little wonder: The stringency of Bach infused with all the romantic essence of Echt-Schumann continues to leave me speechless every time I hear it…
-> Classical CD Of The Week: Or How I Learned To Love Late Schumann
Robert Schumann, “Last Thoughts”,
Soo Park (piano),
When Chi-chi Nwanoku founded Chineke, an orchestra made up of minority musicians, “It was the first time that many of us felt that no one was the odd man out.”
5:39 PM Charles Avison — Concerto Grosso No.4 Key: aConductor: Roy GoodmanEnsemble: Brandenburg ConsortHyperion, 66891 5:30 PM Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky — Dumka Key: cOpus: 59Stephen Hough, pianoHyperion, 67043 5:16 PM Samuel Barber — Adagio for Strings Opus: 11Conductor: Robert SpanoEnsemble: Atlanta Symphony OrchestraTelarc, 80673 5:00 PM Franz Liszt — Carnival in Pest Conductor: Janos RollaEnsemble: […]
8:33 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 12 Key: AConductor: Maurizio Pollini, conductorEnsemble: Vienna Philharmonic OrchestraMaurizio Pollini, pianoDG/Archiv, 10994 8:04 PM Georges Bizet — Symphony No.1 Key: CConductor: Leonard BernsteinEnsemble: New York PhilharmonicCBS/Sony, 61830 7:55 PM Dmitri Tiomkin — Strangers on a Train: Short Suite Conductor: Paul BatemanEnsemble: City of Prague PhilharmonicSilva, 1045 […]