Video Editorial: Why So Much Bad Bruckner?
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Brahms’ German Requiem Premiered at Carnegie Hall
CARNEGIE HALL, NEW YORK, MARCH 2, 2020 OK, it wasn’t exactly THAT kind of premiere, but it was the first performance of the German Requiem
Conference Report–Music in the Disruptive Era: the Digital, the Internet, and Beyond
Organized by the Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini, Lucca Lucca, Italy; 14-16 December 2019—The impact of the Internet and digital technologies on the way
Editorial: Classical Music’s Ten Dirtiest Secrets
Classical Music’s Ten Dirtiest Secrets Considering how culturally valuable and self-evidently important classical music is supposed to be, its proponents are a surprisingly defensive group.
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal’s Sensitive, Detailed Mozart and Bruckner
Friday, November 22, 2019: Carnegie Hall, New York The Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal presented a program of Mozart and Bruckner on its first U.S. tour,
Orchestra of St. Luke’s Plays Bach and Mendelssohn
Thursday, October 17, 2009 8pm. Carnegie Hall, NY Bach and Mendelssohn always go well together, the one having been a major influence on the other,
Cult Conductors: A New Review Series
We live in an era when more recordings of more music by more artists are available than at any time before. In particular, the release
Crumb at 90 Part II: Ghosts, Angels, and Music for a Summer Evening
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: April 16, 2019, Alice Tully Hall (New York City) All Crumb Program: The Ghosts of Alhambra (Spanish Songbook I)
Simone Young Shines in Mahler’s Sixth at the NY Phil
Friday, April 12, 11am, David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center, NY It’s no small task to step in at the last minute and take over a
The Juilliard Quartet Shines at Alice Tully Hall
New York. Alice Tully Hall: November 19, 2018. 7:30pm Program: Beethoven: String Quartet in D major, Op. 18 No. 3; Beecher: One Hundred Years Grows