Archive for the ‘RSS Feeds’ Category

Feb. 21 2015

‘The Rake’s Progress’ and Anne-Sophie Mutter Are Spring Must-Sees

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Anthony Tommasini looks ahead to the coming season at the Metropolitan Opera.

Feb. 20 2015

Review: New York Philharmonic and Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble Join Forces

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The program included works composed by Osvaldo Golijov, Dmitri Yanov-Yanovsky and others.

Feb. 20 2015

Review: Works by Stefano Gervasoni at Miller Theater

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This Italian composer explores the character of sounds, as opposed to pitch or volume.

Feb. 20 2015

Review: Behzod Abduraimov Nurtures and Protects in Full Exposure

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The young Uzbek pianist Behzod Abduraimov has his New York debut recital at Weill Recital Hall.

Feb. 19 2015

Ronald Perelman, a Mogul With Muscle, Takes Over Carnegie Hall

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Mr. Perelman said that he would push for the hall to stage more of the pop performances it was known for decades ago.

Feb. 18 2015

Review: The Composers Concert, With David Hertzberg and Other Young Masters

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This annual program, produced by Young Concert Artists, included on Tuesday recent works by Mr. Hertzberg, Benjamin C. S. Boyle, Chris Rogerson and Kenji Bunch.

Feb. 18 2015

Review: Jamie Barton Shows That She’s a Powerhouse of a Mezzo-Soprano

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Ms. Barton displayed her dramatic, voluptuous voice with songs by Dvorak and Chausson in a recital at Zankel Hall.

Feb. 17 2015

Review: Blue Heron Performs ‘Missa De plus en plus’ at Corpus Christi Church

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The Boston ensemble delved into Johannes Ockeghem’s Mass of that title, which was influenced by a love song with the same name by an earlier composer.

Feb. 16 2015

Review: Auryn Quartet Forges a Radiance at the Frick

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The string quartet played a program of Mozart, Ravel and Brahms at the Frick Collection’s Music Room on Sunday afternoon.

Feb. 16 2015

Sweetest Violins Explained: Holes Fill in Blanks

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What was it about the exquisite instruments produced in Cremona, Italy? Researchers conducted experiments to find out.

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