Russia sent an orchestra to play in Palmyra, retaken in March from the Islamic State.
These five works by Frederic Rzewski address issues dear to his heart — and reflect his deep convictions.
This pianist-composer, a subtle but avowed leftist, is being celebrated at Bargemusic and elsewhere this week.
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Mr. Lang is a soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Ms. Wang performs at a recital.
#morninglistening to #Schubert Symphonies w/@BerlinPhil under Nikolaus #Harnoncourt.#cla… https://t.co/8fXZoMfTtq pic.twitter.com/zXBqxpDkfb— Jens F. Laurson (@ClassicalCritic) November 24, 2015
Won’t fit any shelf.
F. Schubert, Symphonies
N.Harnoncourt / BPh
11:00 PM Manfred Honeck, conductor; Michael Rusinek, clarinet ROSSINI: Introduction, Theme and Variations for Clarinet and Orchestra WEBER: Clarinet Concerto No. 1 STRAUSS, JR: Waltzes and Polkas
The Swiss pianist, featured in a series on rising talents at the 92nd Street Y, has all the makings of an uncommonly poetic musician.
Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim looks at her grandfather’s death in a concentration camp to delve deeper into the meaning of music.
Our writers share ideas for filling the Metropolitan Opera House and lifting its sagging box office.