Pro Arte charmingly explores music on nature (mostly) under Jeff Beal – Apr 09, 2024

Tucked away at the Second Church in Newton, the Pro Arte […]

Tetzlaff & Gerstein explore the radical side of Brahms and others for Celebrity Series – Apr 08, 2024

Arnold Schoenberg thought so highly of Johannes Brahms that he grafted […]

Argento’s magnificent score undone by muddled libretto, uneven singing in Odyssey Opera’s Poe voyage – Apr 06, 2024

Considering the variety and invention of his writing, it’s surprising that […]

Hindoyan makes impressive BSO debut leading Sierra premiere, Elgar and Dvořak – Mar 29, 2024

If the two immediate standing ovations on Thursday evening were any […]

In Celebrity Series debut, Isidore Quartet finds meaning in small details – Mar 28, 2024

Not every concert does, or should, offer a moral. And perhaps […]

Bruce Liu brings a remarkable array of nuanced artistry to Boston debut – Mar 24, 2024

It is, or now should be, a truth universally acknowledged that […]

Illuminating Boston Artists Ensemble program contrasts two French masters – Mar 18, 2024

Boston Artists Ensemble presented a program of contrasts on Sunday at […]

Boston Cecilia’s French program gracefully mixes music of the past with edgy contemporary works – Mar 17, 2024

“The past is complex, and not always savory. But it left […]

Pichon, H&H find fresh illumination in Beethoven Ninth – Mar 16, 2024

“Thunder is good,” Mark Twain wrote. “Thunder is impressive. But it […]

In impressive BSO return, Elder leads thrilling Dvořák, lackluster premiere – Mar 15, 2024

It’s not unusual for a premiere to be a highlight of […]