Boston Cecilia conveys the light in darkness of Kodaly’s “Missa Brevis” – Oct 21, 2019

As the Soviet army bombed the city of Budapest in the […]

Star turns in two roles for András Schiff in a welcome Boston Symphony return – Oct 18, 2019

With his vivid renditions of beloved classics, András Schiff remains at […]

Pianist Deljavan makes Boston debut in triumphant Philharmonic season opener – Oct 18, 2019

The Boston Philharmonic’s season opener featured acclaimed pianist Alessandro Deljavan in […]

Slobodeniouk leads sublime program with Boston Symphony – Oct 11, 2019

Carl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 5 seems to capture the very anxieties […]

Greene’s “Machine Language” speaks eloquently with Boston Musica Viva – Oct 06, 2019

Boston Musica Viva, the city’s flagship new-music ensemble, kicked off its […]

Oooh-weee-oooh: BMOP opens season with premiere of theremin concerto – Oct 05, 2019

With a sound that mimics the human voice, the theremin has […]

Nelsons, Boston Symphony find the divine in Lee’s “Sukkot” – Oct 04, 2019

As a Seventh-day Adventist, composer James Lee III belongs to a […]

BLO’s Big Top “Pagliacci” offers more visual flash than dramatic bite – Sep 28, 2019

The prologue to Ruggero Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci invites listeners into a world […]

Nelsons, BSO deliver blazing advocacy for Strauss’s “Symphonia domestica” – Sep 27, 2019

For sheer opulence, it’s hard to top Richard Strauss’s Symphonia domestica. […]

Saint-Saëns’ rarely heard “Henry VIII” given full reign at Odyssey Opera – Sep 22, 2019

Henry VIII was the very model of a ruthless tyrant. Yet […]