Performances

Lorelei Ensemble closes season memorably with paradises lost and found – May 24, 2014

The Lorelei Ensemble’s season-closing program, “Fallen,” featured world premieres by Daniel…

A rooster, a shopper and Cheerios make a strangely compelling night with Guerilla Opera’s “Gallo” – May 23, 2014

Ken Ueno’s Gallo, which premiered Thursday at the Boston Conservatory, is…

Irving Fine centennial marked in brilliant style by BMOP – May 17, 2014

In his short creative life Irving Fine secured a reputation for…

Mark Morris brings elemental new life to Handel’s “Acis and Galatea” – May 16, 2014

“Something old, something new” described Thursday’s performance of Handel’s Acis and

Back Bay Chorale wraps season with a worthy “Saul” – May 11, 2014

Handel’s music seems to be the closer of choice for a…

Boston Musica Viva closes season with eclectic and rewarding program – May 11, 2014

Boston Musica Viva finished its season Saturday night with an enjoyably…

Successful Harbison premiere closes Cantata Singers season in reflective style – May 10, 2014

In both Christian theology and devotional art, Good Friday and Easter…

New England Philharmonic charms with Rakowski premiere, music of the ‘50s – May 04, 2014

It was a little spooky, like looking at photos of different…

Hamelin and friends look back with Celebrity Series chamber feast – May 03, 2014

For its 75th birthday, the Celebrity Series of Boston received a…

H&H closes season with a powerful “Samson” – May 03, 2014

In John Milton’s poem Samson Agonistes, the freakishly strong, longhaired Israelite title…