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A curious observation at symphony rehearsal.
Mr. Peskanov, the artistic director of the floating concert hall on the East River, will perform two sets on violin.
Spending time with the National Youth Orchestras of the United States and China, a critic finds that magical moments become almost commonplace.
À mon chevet is a series of posts featuring a quote from whatever book is on my nightstand at the moment.
Lucas writes me little notes in class. He folds them over and slides them in front of me. ‘Awful!’ when the English teacher wears a strange skirt with fringes and pearls around the hem. ‘He can sod off’ when Mr Marin has given him his umpteenth zero. ‘Where’s the gnome?’ because Gauthier de
Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony gave a supple, uncomplicated account of “Das Rheingold.”
The singers Lorraine Hunt Lieberson and Anthony Roth Costanzo, as well as works by Handel and Berlioz, were among the highlights.
The charismatic countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo stars in “Aci, Galatea e Polifemo,” an early Handel cantata, staged as a modern drama of entitlement and brutality.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.
Taking my son to his first Broadway show meant so much to me that it overrode my critical judgment. Now I know how my readers feel.
Ensembles from the United States and China will perform works by John Adams, Mahler, Zhou Long, Dvorak and others.