At 43, the Swedish clarinetist Martin Frost has developed an urge to move beyond the traditional concert format.
This week it is my distinct pleasure to talk about Austrian wines with Klaus Wittauer. Mr Wittauer comes to us from Select Wines Inc. an importer of Austrian wines in Chantilly VA. Austrian wines are of high quality and still relatively unknown in the USA. They have great price/quality ratio and frankly, to my pallet […]
11:00 PM Marek Janowski, conductor Matthew Polenzani, tenor Richard King, horn FAURÉ “Pelléas and Mélisande” Suite BRITTEN Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings FRANCK Symphony in D minor
At Lucerne, Daniel Barenboim’s West-Eastern Divan Orchestra delivers on its promise of bringing together two cultures and making superb music.
The International Contemporary Ensemble presented an hourlong concert of haunting music by Anna Thorvaldsdottir, beautifully tailored to the Park Avenue Armory.
I am so excited to be invited by LitMore to be part of this! Alan Marcus and I will read from our work and discuss the experience of immigrating to the U.S. Alan is a geographer who has focused his research on Brazil and Brazilian migration processes. His […]
11:00 PM CONDUCTOR: John Adams SOLOIST: Cameron Carpenter, organ Gordon: Sunshine of Your Love Riley: At the Royal Majestic Adams: Naïve and Sentimental Music
The soprano Barbara Hannigan, now performing at the Lucerne Festival, has developed a specialty of singing as she conducts, often enrapturing audiences.
11:00 PM Conductor: Salonen Clyne: << rewind >> Bartok: Suite from The Miraculous Mandarin Sibelius: Four Legends from the Kalevala Sibelius: Symphony No. 7 in C Major, Op. 105 Mozart: Adagio and Fugue in C Minor, K. 546
The tentative deal between the Metropolitan Opera and two of its unions includes significant concessions from management and workers.