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If conductors can be divided into those who excel at Brahms’s First and Third symphonies and those who do best with the Second and Fourth, Andris Nelsons is the former.
The Uzbek pianist Behzod Abduraimov showcased both speed and musicality in his solo recital at Carnegie Hall.
Jaap van Zweden, who takes over in 2018-19, conducted the orchestra in Tchaikovsky’s Fourth, Wagner’s Prelude to “Lohengrin” and a new work by Julia Adolphe.
Daniel Hyde recently became music director of the St. Thomas Choir, which has its own boarding school. He arrives wreathed in acclaim and credentials.
The Castleton Festival put Joyce El-Khoury on the map. Six years later, she’s reaping the rewards.
An 18-year-old critic reviews the second cast of “Daughter of the Regiment” at WNO.
Mr. Denk’s performance, which concluded Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival, wove a story through the ages.
The Dutch composer Louis Andriessen has won the Kravis prize, and the Philharmonic will debut a work of his with Jaap van Zweden, also Dutch, conducting.
A critical guide to performances of classical music in the New York City area.
This summer’s Tanglewood Festival in the Berkshires will include Mr. Nelsons conducting or participating in 11 concerts over four weeks.