Apr. 01 2015

Review: Alexi Kenney at Weill Recital Hall

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Mr. Kenney’s program included a Westhoff suite for solo violin, a Schumann sonata, a Shawn Jaeger premiere and a partner, the pianist Renana Gutman.

Apr. 01 2015

Together, the Jussen Brothers Plan to Part Ways

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Lucas and Arthur Jussen, now 22 and 18, a star piano duo in the Netherlands for years, are hoping to move beyond their past to become adult professionals with full-fledged solo careers.

Apr. 01 2015

Pierre Boulez’s Life in Service to Music

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Celebrations around Mr. Boulez’s 90th birthday this season reveal the wide-ranging scope of this radical modernist’s influence as composer, conductor and educator.

Apr. 01 2015

Italian Orchestra Rediscovers Its Intensity

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The Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, under the direction of Antonio Pappano, is on the upswing with fresh energy and new productions.

Apr. 01 2015

Events in Europe for Pierre Boulez’s 90th Birthday

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Special events in Berlin; London; Paris; Amsterdam; Ravenna, Italy; and Lucerne, Switzerland.

Apr. 01 2015

A Spring Season of Music and Dance

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Opera, dance and orchestra highlights from around the world in April and May.

Apr. 01 2015

Raphaël Sévère

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Brahms, Clarinet Sonatas / Clarinet Trio, V. Julien-Laferrière, R. Sévère, A. Laloum (Mirare, 2014)
Charles T. Downey, Young French clarinetist in fine form in D.C. debut
Washington Post, April 1
“The clarinet is quite possibly the easiest of all orchestral instruments to master,” composer (and clarinetist) John Adams wrote in his autobiography, “Hallelujah Junction.” Young French clarinetist

Apr. 01 2015

Raphaël Sévère

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Brahms, Clarinet Sonatas / Clarinet Trio, V. Julien-Laferrière, R. Sévère, A. Laloum (Mirare, 2014)
Charles T. Downey, Young French clarinetist in fine form in D.C. debut
Washington Post, April 1
“The clarinet is quite possibly the easiest of all orchestral instruments to master,” composer (and clarinetist) John Adams wrote in his autobiography, “Hallelujah Junction.” Young French clarinetist

Mar. 31 2015

Review: ‘Don Carlo’ Gets a Gripping Revival at the Met Opera

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The conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin drew nuanced details, glowing sound and sure pacing from the orchestra in this long, challenging Verdi masterpiece.

Mar. 31 2015

Review: Paul Lewis and Lisa Batiashvili, Recital Partners at Alice Tully Hall

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The pianist and the violinist performed works by Schubert, Beethoven and Telemann in their first American recital tour together.

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