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The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, joined by the violinist Jennifer Koh, presented the New York premiere of Anna Clyne’s “Rest These Hands” at Carnegie Hall.
Charges by a violinist with a rival teaching method that Shinichi Suzuki fabricated parts of his biography have jolted the music-lesson world.
Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the Philadelphia Orchestra’s charismatic music director, offered a topsy-turvy program incorporating a Brahms symphony, a Haydn concerto and a Strauss suite.
A vast new CD set of music conducted by Pierre Boulez is rare for its scrupulous attention to both classical and contemporary, and highlights just how radical his New York Philharmonic tenure was.
Filling in for Christoph von Dohnanyi, Krzysztof Urbanski, the music director of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra made a sturdy debut conducting the Philharmonic.
Dan Coleman, a composer, writes that “it is a symptom of static productivity in the performing arts.”
The show really began when the program was over, and the violinist Itzhak Perlman began to flip through encore options.
The violinist Kyung Wha Chung, sidelined by injury for almost a decade, returns to the London concert stage on Tuesday.
On Monday, the string quartet Brooklyn Rider is performing selections from its new album, “Almanac,” featuring pieces commissioned from the worlds of folk, indie rock and jazz.
The centenary of the Polish-born composer Andrzej Panufnik will be celebrated at Kings Place in London on Sunday by Panufnik’s family and other artists and performers.