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May. 19 2017

Listen to a ‘Twin Peaks’ Fantasy for String Quartet

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Daniel Schlosberg, who wrote his doctoral thesis on Angelo Badalementi’s indelible score for the David Lynch show, has written a piece based on it for the Dover Quartet.

May. 19 2017

Maurizio Pollini to Play Chopin at Carnegie Hall

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Mr. Pollini’s coming recital is primarily composed of nocturnes and ballades.

May. 19 2017

A survivor’s life in music

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A 90-year-old Czech harpsichordist gets long-due grace notes from local filmmakers.

May. 18 2017

Classical Music in NYC This Week

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Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.

May. 18 2017

10 Spring and Summer Classical Festivals

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From Mahler’s weighty Ninth Symphony to the world premiere of an opera about Steve Jobs, here are 10 festivals around the country for classical and new-music fans.

May. 17 2017

Review: 56 Years Presenting the Best of Young Artists

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The Young Concert Artists organization ended its 56th season at Alice Tully Hall with a program of three concertos, with rising stars as soloists.

May. 15 2017

Review: Decades Later, a Classic Concert Gets a Redo

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To celebrate its 60th anniversary, the Schneider Concerts series brought back a vintage Luciano Berio work, and also presented three contemporary pieces.

May. 14 2017

Review: Elgar’s ‘The Apostles’ Is Rescued From Being Overlooked

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The conductor Leon Botstein champions a little-known Elgar oratorio in a stirring performance with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.

May. 12 2017

How Brahms’s ‘A German Requiem’ Became an Anthem for Our Time

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A deeply personal work has been accompanied in recent concerts by reflections on mortality, the planet and the Syrian refugee crisis.

May. 12 2017

A Valiant Return to the Met Opera: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments

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A new soprano’s arrival at the Met Opera and the return great baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky were among the highlights.

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