With a whimsical premiere, Radius Ensemble serves up an enjoyably varied season finale – May 17, 2024

One shouldn’t take program titles too literally. For instance, “Epitome,” Radius […]

Boston Cecilia makes a worthy case for Levin version of Mozart Requiem – May 12, 2024

Genius, Edison told us, is mostly the result of hard work. […]

Zander and BPYO try out program of romantic masters before European tour – May 04, 2024

The Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and Benjamin Zander delivered a remarkable […]

Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers sink in ponderous Berlioz from Nelsons, BSO – May 03, 2024

The combination of Hector Berlioz and William Shakespeare is a match […]

Sandström “Messiah” can’t hold a candle to Handel – Apr 29, 2024

George Frideric Handel’s Messiah isn’t the only oratorio about the life of Christ: […]

Boston Philharmonic closes with intimate Mozart and majestic Bruckner – Apr 27, 2024

On Friday night, the Boston Philharmonic under Benjamin Zander delivered the […]

Hrůša, Bamberg Symphony deliver a memorable evening of Brahms and Wagner – Apr 24, 2024

There’s nothing like making up for lost time. That, on the […]

Hahn’s luminous Brahms defines the art that conceals art with BSO – Apr 19, 2024

Thursday night’s performance from the Boston Symphony Orchestra and music director […]

Nelsons, BSO bring exuberance and volume to Messiaen’s epic “Turangalîla” – Apr 12, 2024

Kids and, sometimes, conductors say the darndest things. In a 1980 […]

Ma & Stott close long musical partnership in generous style at Symphony Hall – Apr 10, 2024

Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Kathryn Stott offered a fitting tribute to […]