A world premiere makes sure impact amid BSO’s grab-bag season opener – Sep 20, 2019

The concerto for orchestra has long served as a test for […]

Shelter Music Boston premieres mini-opera about Florence Price – Sep 17, 2019

In December 2009, Julie Leven read in the New York Times […]

A lesser-known Mendelssohn highlights Borromeo Quartet program at Gardner Museum – Sep 15, 2019

Felix Mendelssohn’s quartets have earned a respectable place in the repertoire, […]

Semiosis Quartet gives American women composers their due – Aug 30, 2019

Like a lot of talented Americans of the 20th Century trying […]

Boston Landmarks Orchestra and friends bring season to a lively close – Aug 23, 2019

With Wednesday’s menacing weather and abrupt rescheduling behind them, Boston Landmarks […]

Boston Landmarks Orchestra explores implacable nature (and climate change) with “Sinfonia antartica” – Aug 15, 2019

Ralph Vaughan Williams concluded his Sinfonia antartica in utter bleakness. As […]

Mercury Orchestra revives an American gem with Beach’s “Gaelic” symphony – Aug 08, 2019

Works based upon Irish themes once graced the symphonic repertoire. Following […]

Nelsons, stellar cast bring out the human drama in “Walküre” conclusion at Tanglewood – Jul 29, 2019

In the final two acts of Richard Wagner’s Die Walküre, Wotan […]

Nelsons, singers present a richly dramatic Act I of Wagner’s “Die Walküre” – Jul 28, 2019

Concert opera has long been a Tanglewood tradition. But in the […]

Landmarks Orchestra kicks off summer season with space-inspired program – Jul 18, 2019

Boston Landmarks Orchestra opened its season Wednesday night by celebrating the […]