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Feb. 26 2015

Opera & Classical Music Listings for Feb. 27-March 5

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A selected, critical guide to classical music performances in New York City.

Feb. 25 2015

Review: Schubert’s ‘Winterreise’ With Christian Gerhaher

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The cycle of 24 songs also featured the pianist Gerold Huber at Alice Tully Hall.

Feb. 24 2015

Review: Diabolical Diabelli at Rutgers, With New Variations

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The Piano Studio of the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, in a program called “The Unknown Diabelli Variations,” strayed far from the beaten path.

Feb. 23 2015

Review: Yannick Nézet-Séguin Leads Rotterdam Philharmonic in New York

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The orchestra, not well known in the city, brimmed with energy and enthusiasm in a program of Brahms and Tchaikovsky.

Feb. 23 2015

More Pop at Carnegie Hall?

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A violist says the superb acoustics of concert halls are wasted on popular bands.

Feb. 22 2015

Flourishes From Denmark, Stockhausen’s ‘Stimmung’ and Marc-André Hamelin

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Concerts were presented over the weekend by the Danish String Quartet, with Jon Kimura Parker as pianist; Theater of Voices; and the pianist Marc-André Hamelin.

Feb. 22 2015

Review: Trinity Wall Street and Julian Wachner Play Carnegie Hall

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Hundreds of musicians, led by Mr. Wachner, interpreted works by Ives and Ginastera at Carnegie Hall.

Feb. 22 2015

That Certain Smile, Projecting Mystery and Inspiring an Opera

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Leon Botstein led the ensemble and the Bard Festival Chorale at Carnegie Hall in a performance of Max Von Schillings’s “Mona Lisa.”

Feb. 21 2015

Antonacci, Röschmann and Anonymous 4 in Spring Concerts

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Seasoned singers paying visits to New York soon will be working with new repertory and themes, including Schumann, the French composers and the American Civil War.

Feb. 21 2015

Christian Gerhaher Sings ‘Winterreise’ Without All the Frills

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Mr. Gerhaher, set to perform at Alice Tully Hall, is considered one of the greatest proponents of the lied tradition since Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.

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