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Charles T. Downey, Recording reviews: A limpid soprano’s chance to soar
Washington Post, February 3
A Verlaine Songbook, C. Sampson, J. Middleton
(released on November 18, 2016)
BIS-2233 | 80′
Carolyn Sampson is known for her radiant performances of baroque music, having recorded widely with the world’s leading early-music ensembles. The British soprano’s voice combines limpid clarity with
Among them, Javier Camarena’s high D flat in “I Puritani” and Peter Gelb’s candid reflection on the “Tosca” he brought to the Met Opera in 2009.
A copyright dispute limited Bulgarian National Radio to broadcasting music recorded before 1946. The audience doesn’t seem to mind.
Before there was ‘Fidelio,’ there was ‘Leonore,’ and two versions of it are coming to the District.
The period band Juilliard415 and students from Juilliard’s vocal arts program presented a lively “Agrippina” at Alice Tully Hall.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.
The orchestra, led by Franz Welser-Möst, opens a three-part series at Carnegie Hall on Feb. 24
Discographies on ionarts: Bach Organ Cycles | Beethoven Piano Sonata Cycles I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX | Bruckner Symphony Cycles | Dvořák Symphony Cycles | Shostakovich Symphony Cycles | Sibelius Symphony Cycles
Update 02/14/2017: I’ve learned of the existence, thanks to spotting the spine in an
An art form about heightened emotion offers practical tips for making yourself heard.
Here’s a @Spotify playlist replicating the @elbphilharmonie’s opening concert “Time Becomes Space”, excluding Rihm. https://t.co/TFjYXsEN75 pic.twitter.com/7qY6JZ5lgt— Jens F. Laurson (@ClassicalCritic) January 16, 2017