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This winter the dazzling young Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov has been almost in residence in New York.
Joel Sachs, a professor at Juilliard, has been readying a weeklong survey of the post-1945 Japanese repertory for the school’s annual Focus! festival.
The Orchestra of St. Luke’s program at Carnegie Hall included Dvorak’s difficult Piano Concerto in G minor.
The New York Philharmonic, led by Alan Gilbert, performed Verdi’s powerful Requiem with the New York Choral Artists and a quartet of soloists.
A lot is riding on the success of the hotly debated Philharmonie, which opened with the Orchestre de Paris performing a challenging program.
The Mariinsky Theater and the conductor Valery Gergiev present “The Enchanted Wanderer” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Rachel Rossin’s “n=7/The Wake in Heat of Collapse,” an interactive installation, will be open to the public Friday at Signal.
Johnny Gandelsman’s show at Bargemusic bore the fruits of a 2013 performance of the Chaconne from the second Partita, which he played on gut strings with a Baroque bow.
The partnership will produce full stagings of “Written on Skin” and “The Importance of Being Earnest” for festivals in the next two years.
The Philharmonie de Paris, a concert hall designed by Jean Nouvel, finally opens on Wednesday after seven years and long delays.