“The Pianist of Willesden Lane,” at 59E59 Theaters, is about a Jewish girl who escapes Vienna on the kindertransport and finds refuge in music while living without her family in London.
The pianist Marc-André Hamelin performed at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival on Sunday, offering both works of obscure composers and repertory standards.
In its 50th year, the Festival of Contemporary Music has focused on the work of Tanglewood Music Center fellows, young and old.
Conor Hanick played, in his own words, an “unorthodox” program at the International Keyboard Institute and Festival on Monday.
11:00 PM Muti and Uchida Schumann: Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54 (Mitsuko Uchida, piano) Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944 (the Great) Schubert: Symphony No. 3 in D Major, D. 200
The National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America rehearses for its Carnegie Hall debut.
The New Juilliard Ensemble presented a contemporary program, including premieres of works by Roberto Sierra and Errollyn Wallen, at a MoMA Summergarden concert.
Andris Nelsons led the Boston Symphony Orchestra in two concerts at Tanglewood, the symphony’s summer home in the Berkshires.
11:00 PM CONDUCTOR: Lorin Maazel SOLOISTS: Han-Na Chang, cello Dietlinde Turban, narrator Jeremy Irons, narrator James Danner, treble Sir James Galway, flute Dylan Baker, narrator Brooklyn Youth Chorus Dianne Berkun, director LORIN MAAZEL Monaco Fanfares (New York Premiere) LORIN MAAZEL Music for Cello and Orchestra LORIN MAAZEL The Giving Tree (New York Premiere) […]
Did you ever hear the one about 2 Alsatians who went into a bar? I didn’t either nor am I likely to. However, I did hear and taste two really nice wines from a very obscure corner of Alsace which I really loved! The area is called Moselle and it is the most northern winery […]