Boston Baroque, fine cast, wrap season in style with a Gluck rarity – Apr 24, 2023

Though his influence on the development of opera was immense, Christoph […]

Schubert to the fore in Boston Artists Ensemble season finale – Apr 24, 2023

The Boston Artists Ensemble performed an all-Schubert chamber program Sunday at […]

Doric Quartet, Grosvenor make an eloquent case for a neglected English composer – Apr 23, 2023

Nowadays, posterity remembers Frank Bridge primarily for his role as Benjamin […]

Boston Philharmonic, superb soloists wrap season with a serenely eloquent “Das Lied” – Apr 15, 2023

Since returning from its pandemic hiatus two years ago, the Boston […]

Opposites attract as Bell & Trifonov make a characterful and complementary duo – Apr 05, 2023

Not every chamber event can pack Symphony Hall on a Tuesday […]

Bach, Bononcini works make apt Lenten pairing for Handel and Haydn Society – Apr 03, 2023

One could hardly blame the Handel and Haydn Society for having, […]

Opposites attract with Boston Lyric Opera’s mashup of Bartók and Alma Mahler – Mar 25, 2023

In opera as in sports, sometimes a change of scenery is […]

Adès’ roiling, phantasmagoric “Dante” provides a heavenly BSO premiere – Mar 24, 2023

Over the years, Dante Alighieri’s Commedia has been the impetus for […]

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 […]