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Nov. 21 2014

Amid Familiar Repertoire, the New York Premiere of an Oceanic Journey

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Over two evenings at Carnegie Hall, Michael Tilson Thomas led the San Francisco Symphony in programs traversing Mahler and Samuel Carl Adams’s “Drift and Providence.”

Nov. 20 2014

Comic Complications Swathed in White Terry Cloth

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“Il Turco in Italia,” a Rossini comic opera, presents a challenge to those attempting to untangle its plot.

Nov. 19 2014

A Playoff, of Sorts, in Bach’s Court

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The Mutter Virtuosi, a string orchestra of Anne-Sophie Mutter’s protégées, joined her in concert at Carnegie Hall.

Nov. 18 2014

Stylistically Diverse, but United by One Soul

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John Adams selected five works by four composers for the season’s opening concert of the Contact! series, presented on Monday at SubCulture.

Nov. 18 2014

Schubert, Dvorak and a Sub

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A young substitute violist helped the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center explore works by Dvorak, Chausson and Schubert.

Nov. 17 2014

Regardless of Offstage Worries, Onstage It’s All Artistry

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The Czech Philharmonic, under the leadership of Jiri Belohlavek, returned to Carnegie Hall with works by Dvorak and Janacek.

Nov. 16 2014

You Seem Sad, Janacek. Cheer Me Up, Schubert.

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The pianist Jeremy Denk played Schubert, Janacek, Haydn, Mozart and Schumann at his recital at the 92nd Street Y.

Nov. 15 2014

Fresh Voices Must Be Heard

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Young composers and young (and younger) performers are featured in three events this week.

Nov. 15 2014

A Boyish Patriarch Leaps Over Boundaries

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As the conductor Michael Tilson Thomas nears 70, he still seeks out musical adventures.

Nov. 14 2014

A Player With a Modern Ear Explores the New in Traditional Fugues

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Pierre-Laurent Aimard played Book I of Bach’s “The Well-Tempered Clavier” at Carnegie Hall on Thursday.

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