A program at the 92nd Street Y offers works by Schubert and by contemporary composers he influenced.
This week we feature a concert with the Peabody Concert Orchestra, Peabody Singers and Peabody-Hopkins Chorus, all conducted by Edward Polochick. The concert was recorded on December 9, 2014 at Peabody’s Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall. On the program… J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D BWV 243 Elgar: Enigma Variations, op. 36 To fill I used […]
This week our panel was made up of tuba player Ed Goldstein from the Peabody Ragtime Ensemble, Charles Ellis Music Director of the Prince George’s Philharmonic and Clarinettist David Drosinos from Concert Artists of Baltimore (and everywhere else you need a great clarinettist!). We really liked the Bach, enjoyed the Mozart…the Mahler…not so much and […]
8:00 PM Erik Satie Je te veux I Want You DG/Archiv 9836 COND David Robertson ORCH BBC Symphony Orchestra SOLO Measha Brueggergosman, soprano ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:06 PM Charles Ives The Celestial Country Northeastn 226 COND John Oliver John Oliver ORCH John Oliver Orchestra SOLO John Oliver Chorale ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:44 PM 27375 Manuel de Falla Seven Popular […]
Beethoven, Liszt and Debussy were on the bill Wednesday when Anne Sofie von Otter and Angela Hewitt appeared at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village.
The violinist Maxim Vengerov played Tchaikovsky with the New York Philharmonic after a long hiatus, as Long Yu made his conducting debut at Avery Fisher Hall.
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.