The pianist Paul Lewis made his New York Philharmonic debut at Avery Fisher Hall on Thursday with a Brahms concerto.
It’s been many weeks since Twelfth Night and even longer since I’ve been to Center Stage. Don’t ask me why I just don’t know. I do know that I am a huge fan of Gavin Witt and if anything were to get me back into the the theater it would be Shakespeare directed by him! […]
The Washington Performing Arts Society gets a new name and a new look for 2014-15, with an emphasis on community, collaboration, and Powerpoint-speak
The Richard Tucker Foundation names Michael Fabiano its 2014 winner; the Birgit Nilsson Prize awards $1 million to the Vienna Philharmonic
Eight players from the Marlboro Music festival roster brought a varied program to the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts.
The English soprano Lucy Crowe explored Schubert, Berg, Sibelius and a range of British art songs in her program at Weill Recital Hall on Wednesday.
To mark the 150th birthday of the composer, the Staatskapelle orchestra is playing a major program of his works, including some rarities.
There was very little not to like on the National Symphony Orchestra’s program, but there was an awful lot of it.
11:00 PM Leonard Slatkin, conductor; Anne Akiko Meyers, violin HAYDN: Symphony No. 68 BATES: Violin Concerto (World Premiere) SAINT-SAENS: Symphony No. 3, “Organ Symphony”
Eight players from the Marlboro Music festival roster brought a varied program to the Peoples’ Symphony Concert Series.