10:56 PM Tommaso Giordani — Caro Mio Ben Ensemble: Budapest StringsLaserLight, 15673 10:27 PM Johann Sebastian Bach — Cello Suite No. 4 Key: E-Flat Lynn Harrell, celloLondon, 414163 10:21 PM Gioacchino Rossini — Il Signor Bruschino Overture Conductor: Ondrej LenardEnsemble: Slovak Philharmonic OrchestraCBS/Sony, 62015 9:49 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 20 Key: […]
Mr. Lugansky’s recital at the 92nd Street Y included the rare and the overwrought.
Xiomara Reyes (Cowgirl) and cast, Rodeo, American Ballet Theater
Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring, heard as a concert work, did not really mean much to me until I saw Martha Graham’s choreography live. The same is now true of Copland’s Rodeo, thanks to a rare performance of Agnes de Mille’s original choreography, from 1942, by American Ballet Theater in the latest of the group’s periodic
10:51 PM Muzio Clementi — Overture Key: DConductor: Francesco La VecchiaEnsemble: Rome Symphony OrchestraNaxos, 573071 10:19 PM Felix Mendelssohn — Octet Key: E-Flat Opus: 20Ensemble: Sejong Soloistscanary, 8 10:13 PM Max von Schillings — Dance of the Flowers Conductor: Jan StulenEnsemble: Kolner Rundfunk Sinfonie Orch.CPO, 999233 9:35 PM Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov — Symphony No. 1 Key: […]
Motets of the Bach Family, Tölzer Knabenchor, G. Schmidt-Gaden (Capriccio, 2010)Charles T. Downey, Marking Johann Sebastian’s birthday with a tribute to the Bach family (Washington Post, March 24)
Johann Sebastian Bach belonged to a large family of musicians spanning two centuries. With a concert of motets by five composers named Bach, the Washington Bach Consort honored its namesake’s
10:48 PM Johannes Brahms — Three Chorale Preludes (arr. Winds) Opus: 122Conductor: Frederick FennellEnsemble: Philharmonia a VentElf, 1010 10:37 PM Georg Philipp Telemann — Concerto for Flute, Violin, and Strings Key: eConductor: Manfredo KraemerEnsemble: Les Boreades de MontrealFrancis Colpron, fluteManfredo Kraemer,violinAtma, 2193 9:53 PM Karl Goldmark — Rustic Wedding Symphony Key: E-Flat Opus: 26Conductor: Stephen […]
Some in the world of cultural philanthropy question whether Mr. Geffen’s gift is large enough to warrant the renaming of such a prominent building.
Five up-and-coming singers received $15,000 prizes at the Metropolitan Opera’s annual competition.
The pianist David Kaplan played “New Dances of the League of David” at Le Poisson Rouge, in homage to Schumann.
The pianist Juho Pohjonen, the violinist Benjamin Beilman and the cellist Jan Vogler explored the relationship between two composers more than a century apart.