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The Amphion ensemble performed Grieg’s one complete string quartet as part of its program on Sunday presented by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Separate recitals by the violinists Miranda Cuckson and Paul Huang revealed no stark separation of classic and modern but a sustained reflection on Romanticism and its reverberations.
The snowstorm also led to cancellations of a Louis C.K. performance, dance workshops and music rehearsals.
Jonathan Biss’s recital on Saturday delved deeply into Beethoven, the subject of a recording series by Mr. Biss.
Daniil Trifonov, the young Russian pianist hailed for his technique, joined the Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer for a duo recital at Carnegie Hall.
Focus! Festival by the New Juilliard Ensemble and conducted by Joel Sachs features works of contemporary Japanese music since 1945.
A program at the 92nd Street Y offers works by Schubert and by contemporary composers he influenced.
The violinist Maxim Vengerov played Tchaikovsky with the New York Philharmonic after a long hiatus, as Long Yu made his conducting debut at Avery Fisher Hall.
Beethoven, Liszt and Debussy were on the bill Wednesday when Anne Sofie von Otter and Angela Hewitt appeared at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village.
With its unusual seating plan and variety of tempos, the Budapest Festival Orchestra added excitement to Mozart and Brahms standards at Avery Fisher Hall.