Assads, Third Coast Percussion bring “Archetypes” to life – Jan 26, 2020

According to Carl Jung, stories, myths, and legends from around the […]

Boston Symphony’s weighty Shostakovich, detailed Dvořák outshine a mixed “Medea” – Jan 24, 2020

In the summer of 1960, Dmitri Shostakovich suffered an emotional breakdown […]

A take-notice Celebrity Series debut by string duo Kopatchinskaja and Campbell – Jan 24, 2020

Violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja and cellist Jay Campbell made their local recital […]

Broken string mid-Brahms doesn’t faze Boston Chamber Players – Jan 20, 2020

Before his death in 1942 in a Nazi concentration camp, composer […]

Chang’s Boston Symphony series debut reveals a talented young man in a hurry – Jan 17, 2020

Give Boston Symphony Orchestra assistant conductor Yu-An Chang credit: His BSO […]

Pro Arte Orchestra explores the world of Piazzolla and the bandoneon – Jan 13, 2020

Astor Piazzolla explored modern harmonies and extended forms with his tango […]

Ince and Moe works stand out in Collage New Music’s generous program – Jan 13, 2020

Conductor David Hoose and Collage New Music set their sights on […]

Altinoglu returns for impressive French program with BSO – Jan 10, 2020

In the summer of 1936, Francis Poulenc was mired in a […]

Perianes provides the highlights as BSO opens 2020 in rough-edged fashion – Jan 03, 2020

The Boston Symphony Orchestra returned to action Thursday night, with former […]

Boston Camerata goes back to the future with Spanish holiday program – Dec 21, 2019

Spanish-language Christmas concerts offer unique holiday repertoire in a language many […]