The pianist Jeremy Denk played an eclectic program of Mozart, Ligeti and Schumann at the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts series on Saturday.
Valery Gergiev substituted for Lorin Maazel at Carnegie Hall on Friday, despite the presence of people outside opposed to his friendship with Vladimir V. Putin.
Mitsuko Uchida played a Schubert sonata and Beethoven’s “Diabelli” variations at Carnegie Hall.
A change in the Ensemble MidtVest lineup required a change in its program at Merkin Concert Hall, substituting a Shostakovich piece for one by Carl Nielsen.
Barring a last-minute reprieve, the San Diego Opera was scheduled to close on Sunday after the final performance of Massenet’s “Don Quixote.”
10:11 PM Ludwig van Beethoven — Symphony No. 2 Key: DOpus: 36Conductor: Herbert von KarajanEnsemble: Berlin PhilharmonicDG/Archiv, 429036 10:08 PM Johannes Brahms — Hungarian Dance No. 13 Key: DConductor: Fritz ReinerEnsemble: Vienna Philharmonic OrchestraLondon, 448568 9:36 PM Silvestre Revueltas — La Noche de los Mayas Conductor: Gustavo DudamelEnsemble: Simon Bolivar Youth OrchestraDG/Archiv, 4778775 9:23 PM […]
Washington Performing Arts celebrates the 75th anniversary of a historic event, in style.
Quartets composed by Shostakovich in memory of lost players might also be viewed as tributes to the dynamics of an enduring ensemble.
A conversation with the Russian soprano Olga Peretyatko, who will make her Metropolitan Opera debut as Elvira in Bellini’s “I Puritani.”
The Emerson String Quartet finds that its sound and dynamic are shifting as it adapts to a new cellist, Paul Watkins.