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Oct. 20 2014

At Relative Ease, While Taking Command

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Joined by the pianist Yefim Bronfman, the Emerson String Quartet performed a program last Tuesday featuring works by Beethoven, Purcell, Britten and Schumann.

Oct. 20 2014

For Strauss, Tough Love Was a Good Thing

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The American Symphony Orchestra performed “Marriage Actually,” a program of Strauss works inspired by conjugal life, on Wednesday at Carnegie Hall.

Oct. 18 2014

Mozart and More

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When the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts began over a century ago, tickets cost just 5 cents each. Now they’re up to $14.

Oct. 17 2014

A Russian Guest Returns With Enigmatic Works

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Vladimir Jurowski led the London Philharmonic in works by Shostakovich and others at Carnegie Hall on Thursday.

Oct. 17 2014

A Night of Excitements and Extremes

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Esa-Pekka Salonen led the New York Philharmonic through Beethoven and Stravinsky on Thursday, while the pianist Jeremy Denk made his Philharmonic debut.

Oct. 16 2014

Working and Playing at the Side of the Master Artist

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Music From Marlboro, part of a Vermont music school and festival by the same name, pairs apprentices with experts in concert performances.

Oct. 16 2014

Anita Cerquetti, Opera Fill-In Who Soared, Dies at 83

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Miss Cerquetti stepped in for Maria Callas in Rome in 1958, but her fame was relatively short-lived.

Oct. 16 2014

Lesser-Known Mozart Opens a Chamber Season

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The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s opened its season with a Mozart program.

Oct. 15 2014

Seasoned Hand Helps a Young Ensemble Reach Back

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The Juilliard Orchestra, led by the conductor Fabio Luisi, played a program featuring Wagner, Mozart and Schumann.

Oct. 15 2014

A Double Dose of Outrageousness

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Gotham Chamber Opera presented a double bill of one-act comedies by the Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu, “Comedy on the Bridge” and “Alexandre Bis.”

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