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The clarinet-playing Ottensamers, a father and two sons who perform as The Clarinotts, are expanding the repertoire and crafting an unusual legacy.
The soprano, who is gradually phasing out her opera career, brought a wistful warmth to her concert performance with the ensemble at Carnegie Hall.
Anne Enright lands in the #1 spot on our bestseller list for the first time.
A new week brings us a new bestseller!
We have been fans of John Storgårds, who recently concluded his tenure as Chief Conductor of the Helsinki Philharmonic, since his debut with the National Symphony Orchestra in 2011. The Finnish conductor’s debut with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, heard on Saturday night in the Music Center at Strathmore, was less auspicious. The fault was not with the conducting, which was incendiary in a
Here is your regular Sunday selection of links to online audio and online video from the week gone by. After clicking to an audio or video stream, you may need to press the “Play” button to start the broadcast. Some of these streams become unavailable after a few days.
Listen to a performance of Handel’s Israel in Egypt from Westminster Abbey, with James O’Donnell leading the Westminster Abbey
The German countertenor, accompanied by Tamar Halperin on harpsichord, performed songs from 17th-century Britain with his usual eloquence.
The finale concert concluding Trinity’s spring music season brought together diverse ensembles, including various choirs and a Norwegian string ensemble.
The Philharmonic screened ‘City Lights,’ with music conducted by Timothy Brock, and presented ‘Fantasia: Live in Concert,’ led by Joshua Gersen.
Ms. Little played 71 years to become the musician longest serving in a single orchestra.
Rona London reviews her pick for Book of the Day:
Today’s Book of the Day is F. Isabel Campoy’s and Theresa Howell’s Maybe Something Beautiful.