Zander, sans scores, leads Boston Phil Youths in kinetic Beethoven and Strauss – Nov 21, 2022

If Sunday’s program from the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra felt a […]

Odyssey Opera presents a late Corigliano masterpiece with “The Lord of Cries” – Nov 20, 2022

On occasion, it happens that a composer is presented with subject […]

Handel & Haydn Society serves up a delightful and sparkling “Marriage of Figaro” – Nov 18, 2022

The Handel and Haydn Society might be the country’s oldest performing […]

Electrifying Berlin Philharmonic revives a neglected Korngold masterpiece – Nov 14, 2022

In the common telling, Erich Wolfgang Korngold was, like Felix Mendelssohn […]

A gifted young cellist joins Zander, Boston Philharmonic for Dvořák-Brahms program – Nov 13, 2022

Few conductors live long enough—or survive professionally—to observe fifty years on […]

Von Otter, Bezuidenhout deliver surprises, rich musical pleasures for Celebrity Series – Nov 06, 2022

It’s not every night that a song by Harvey Schmidt goes […]

Ng opens first New England Philharmonic season with a bracing blast – Oct 31, 2022

Tianhui Ng’s tenure as the New England Philharmonic’s new music director […]

Young violinist shines brightest amid the glitz and fury of Dudamel, LA Philharmonic – Oct 24, 2022

Such was the intensity of the cheering that greeted Gustavo Dudamel […]

Musica Sacra finds a consolatory warmth in contemporary Northern music – Oct 23, 2022

Musica Sacra opened its season Saturday night at First Church Congregational […]

Zander kicks off his 50th season with rich and revelatory Rachmaninoff – Oct 20, 2022

“It’s too much,” a fellow conductor recently said to Benjamin Zander […]