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John Luther Adams’s “Sila: The Breath of the World” had its premiere in an outdoor performance in Lincoln Center’s Hearst Plaza.
The pianist Gerald Robbins played a program of Handel and Brahms at Bargemusic.
New work by Pulitzer winner John Luther Adams offers music-video aesthetic and appeal.
The great tenor Carlo Bergonzi has died, shortly after his 90th birthday.
Francesca Zambello offers an energetic program at Glimmerglass for one-third of WNO’s budget.
Marc-André Dalbavie’s latest work, based on the painted memoir of the artist Charlotte Salomon, has its premiere at the Salzburg Festival on Monday.
The eclectic program played by the Knights on Tuesday at the Naumburg Bandshell featured works by Stravinsky, Ligeti and Sufjan Stevens.
The National Youth Orchestra, whose members range in age from 16 to 19, projected both eagerness and depth in its concert at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday.
Conor Hanick played, in his own words, an “unorthodox” program at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival on Monday.
In its 50th year, the Festival of Contemporary Music has focused on the work of Tanglewood Music Center fellows, young and old.