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Trinity’s Handel Project, a new multiyear survey of Handel’s oratorios, shapes up as a more improvisatory affair, to judge from its opening concert.
It’s the mantra of the Vienna Academy Orchestra’s REsound Project that for an approximation of an original sound and originalesque experience, not just instruments and bows and strings need to be authentic or historical, but that the rooms and their acoustic influence the performance as much, if not more. As such, each of the REsound concerts of the VAO are tests of that theory and are, in their
Jean-Luc Godards’s first full-length feature, À bout de souffle, was released as Breathless in the U.S. in 1961. Hitting the theaters a year after François Truffaut’s Les 400 Coups and Alain Resnais’s Hiroshima, Mon Amour, it helped launch the French film movement known as La Nouvelle Vague. François Truffaut and Claude Chabrol created the screen treatment, loosely basing the story on a
Charles T. Downey, Classical recordings: early voices in new lights
Washington Post, March 10
N. Gombert, Motets, Vol. 2, Beauty Farm
(released on January 20, 2017)
Fra Bernardo FB1612457 | 113’13”
J. Ockeghem, Masses, Beauty Farm
(released on February 17, 2017)
Fra Bernardo FB1701743 | 62’10”
New early-music ensembles appear on the scene with alarming frequency. One of the newest and most
A scene-stealing episode at the Met Opera, unconventional seating at Carnegie Hall and the discovery of a long-lost Liszt opera were among the highlights.
The New York Philharmonic celebrates the “dean of American new music” with a program nodding to one of his heroes, Beethoven.
Ms. Bullock, an exceptional new talent, presents a Ravel cycle and a New York premiere, while Ms. Connolly delivers a recital of Copland, Berlioz, Schumann and more.
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.
This hybrid theatrical work, about a children’s book author and the story he hopes to finish, combines elements of opera, drama, puppet show and chorus.
Mr. Nézet-Séguin will become the company’s music director in 2020; he brought his Philadelphia Orchestra to Carnegie Hall on Tuesday.