Boston Artists Ensemble captures the eerie essence of Beethoven and Shostakovich – Mar 13, 2023

Besides the return of daylight savings time, nothing quite lights up […]

BPYO brings youthful fire and characterful playing to Bartók showpiece – Mar 11, 2023

There’s no better way for a conductor to mark a birthday […]

Lackluster conducting undermines BSO festival spotlighting black composers – Mar 06, 2023

The Boston Symphony Orchestra doesn’t do festivals often. So “Voices of […]

Levit creates a mesmerizing Beethoven landscape with final three sonatas – Mar 05, 2023

Not all marathons are created equal. Some are rowdy sporting events. […]

Strong cast, evocative score bring Oliver Sacks’ “Awakenings” to operatic life – Feb 26, 2023

Oliver Sacks’ memoir Awakenings has already been adapted as an Oscar-nominated […]

A comforting yet audacious Beethoven Ninth from Zander, Boston Phil – Feb 25, 2023

After nearly two centuries, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 remains […]

Alexi Kenney takes a daring leap from “Shifting Ground” – Feb 24, 2023

Violinist Alexi Kenney is showing us a possible future of music […]

New England Philharmonic serves up dances, old and new, in a program of premieres – Feb 20, 2023

Tianhui Ng led the New England Philharmonic (NEP) through a complex […]

Thibaudet serves up a Saint-Saëns rarity to highlight BSO program – Feb 17, 2023

For sheer energetic playing alone, the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s concert on […]

Nelsons, BSO shine in Simon premiere and Bloch; lackluster Beethoven not so much – Feb 10, 2023

On paper, Thursday night’s Boston Symphony Orchestra concert promised its share […]