Olmsted Quartet serves overlooked composers in style at Gardner Museum – Sep 26, 2022

Few figures have benefited more from the current rage for music […]

BLO’s disastrous directorial conceits make for a backwards “Boheme” in more ways than one – Sep 24, 2022

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Pratts’ stellar double debut sparks Boston Symphony’s season opener – Sep 23, 2022

The Boston Symphony Orchestra opened its 143rd season with a new […]

Longwood Symphony fills prescription for good cause with orchestral showpieces – Sep 19, 2022

“My time will come,” Gustav Mahler famously prophesied. And so it […]

New York Polyphony gracefully surveys Mary Tudor era at Gardner Museum – Sep 19, 2022

In a corner gallery on the second floor of the Isabella […]

White Snake Projects returns with bizarro opera-sci-fi mashup in “Cosmic Cowboy” – Sep 17, 2022

Given the versatility of the art form, it’s no surprise that […]

Boston Artists Ensemble opens with operatic drama, Frank premiere – Sep 17, 2022

After putting the finishing touches on her first opera (El último […]

Boston Public Quartet’s rough-edged playing makes a mixed case for American composers – Sep 01, 2022

The Boston Public Quartet is reviving a pair of American chamber […]

Conductor Udagawa brings quiet strength to wide-ranging New England Phil finale – Jun 19, 2022

Most successful conductors possess a singular strength of musical vision. Yet […]

Pro Arte Orchestra closes with Mozart, Haydn and a Wallen snapshot – Jun 13, 2022

Belize-born British composer Errollyn Wallen has long been a musical chameleon. […]