BSO’s Duruflé glows and a Walton rarity receives captivating advocacy – Feb 28, 2020

Of all the conductor relationships the Boston Symphony Orchestra has built […]

Hoffer concerto premiere highlights New England Philharmonic program – Feb 24, 2020

There is nothing complacent about the New England Philharmonic’s programming.  Sunday […]

A show of hands for pianists Osborne and Lewis at Jordan Hall – Feb 22, 2020

“Respect the pianoforte!” the pianist and composer Ferruccio Busoni wrote in […]

Debargue finds depth in Liszt with impressive Boston Philharmonic debut – Feb 21, 2020

Like a lot of Bostonians who follow classical piano, conductor Benjamin […]

Pacifica Quartet, Moser find kindred spirits in Schubert and Wolfe – Feb 17, 2020

In March of 1824, Franz Schubert wrote to the painter Leopold […]

Soprano Fang burnishes rising career with compelling Boston recital debut – Feb 13, 2020

Soprano Ying Fang’s much-anticipated Celebrity Series debut Wednesday night was on […]

Compelling music, inert drama in belated premiere of “The Chronicle of Nine” – Feb 02, 2020

During the early months of 1554, Lady Jane Grey sat anxiously […]

Boston Symphony, Bronfman give a lively preview of canceled Asia tour – Jan 31, 2020

Thursday night’s concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Andris Nelsons […]

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 […]