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Oct. 31 2014

Unhinged by Grief, in Search of Solace

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The American premiere of Netia Jones’s production of “Curlew River” is part of Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival.

Oct. 31 2014

Sentimental Harmonies

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Leonard Slatkin, the music director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, is conducting the Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall.

Oct. 30 2014

O Say Can You Hear?

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Sphinx Virtuosi wound up a 14-city national tour with a 90-minute program, including a newly written tribute to “The Star-Spangled Banner,” at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday.

Oct. 30 2014

Arts Guide

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Highlights of the performance calendars at the world’s major opera, dance and music halls through December.

Oct. 29 2014

Orchestra and College Enter Each Other’s Turf

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Bard College will start a training ensemble, while the New York Philharmonic will begin an academy with partners around the world.

Oct. 28 2014

At One With Brahms, Individually or as a Group

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The Jerusalem Quartet, along with the pianist Inon Barnatan, played the second in a three-concert Brahms series at the 92nd Street Y.

Oct. 27 2014

A Wily Temptress Undone by Love, or Perhaps by a Transitory Spell

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The English Concert chamber orchestra presented a rare performance of Handel’s “Alcina” at Carnegie Hall, with Rachel DiDonato in the title role.

Oct. 26 2014

Nuance and Unanimity, No Conductor Required

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The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra played its first concert of the season at Carnegie Hall, featuring works by Rossini and Beethoven.

Oct. 25 2014

A Keening Mother, and a Joyful Noise

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Two spiritual works of completely different dimensions come to New York this week.

Oct. 25 2014

Tokyo’s Soft Power Problem

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Japan overlooks the merits of its own culture out of a blinding insecurity about its international standing.

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