With its unusual seating plan and variety of tempos, the Budapest Festival Orchestra added excitement to Mozart and Brahms standards at Avery Fisher Hall.
11:00 PM Franz Welser-Möst, conductor WAGNER “Tannhäuser” Overture BRUCKNER Symphony No. 8
A short analysis of the statistics from the classical music listings site Bachtrack.com offer a glimpse into the changing dynamics of classical music.
Marilyn Horne presided over “The Song Continues,” a celebration of the art of song, at Zankel Hall on Saturday.
Esa-Pekka Salonen will embark on three years as composer in residence, and series will be devoted to Rachmaninoff, Messiaen and new music.
11:00 PM Conductor: David Robertson Marc-Andre Hamelin, Piano Carter: Variations for Orchestra Ravel: Piano Concerto in D Major for the left hand Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue Ravel: La Valse Dutilleux: Symphony No.2, Le Double
Morningside Opera’s “Pergolesi Power Games,” at the Alchemical Theater Laboratory, seeks to upend Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and “La Serva Padrona.”
11:00 PM Riccardo Muti, conducto Clyne: Night Ferry Bates: Alternative Energy Prokofiev: Suite from Romeo and Juliet Honnegger: Pacific 231
The Philharmonie de Paris, a new concert hall, is part of a complex officials hope will lure patrons away from their usual cultural haunts.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic paid homage to Henryk Gorecki in a performance of his Fourth Symphony.