The (Revolutionary) American songbook gets a joyful airing from Boston Camerata – Nov 09, 2019

Vernacular music composed in the years of the American Revolution often […]

Shostakovich pays his party dues in BSO’s “The Year 1917” – Nov 08, 2019

It remains fashionable to believe that some of Shostakovich’s symphonies are […]

Inspired by Mapplethorpe, Dessner’s “Triptych” ponders the sacred and profane – Oct 31, 2019

In 1990, the Contemporary Arts Center of Cincinnati came under fire […]

Nelsons, Leipzig orchestra go to the source with German standards – Oct 30, 2019

“Leipzig Week in Boston” continued on Tuesday night with Andris Nelsons […]

Nelsons opens “Leipzig Week” with resplendent Brahms and Schubert – Oct 28, 2019

The artistic partnership between the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Leipzig Gewandhaus […]

Jerusalem Quartet shines in Celebrity Series return – Oct 27, 2019

The Jerusalem Quartet won this city’s classical music heart with their […]

NE Phil delivers intrepid program from Schoenberg to Lash – Oct 27, 2019

The New England Philharmonic and music director Richard Pittman returned to […]

Haefliger, BSO give an intense and eclectic piano concerto a brilliant U.S. premiere – Oct 25, 2019

After an absence of nearly nine years, Susanna Mälkki returned to […]

Boston Cecilia conveys the light in darkness of Kodaly’s “Missa Brevis” – Oct 21, 2019

As the Soviet army bombed the city of Budapest in the […]

Star turns in two roles for András Schiff in a welcome Boston Symphony return – Oct 18, 2019

With his vivid renditions of beloved classics, András Schiff remains at […]