Labro & Takács Quartet team up for a fresh perspective on the bandoneon – May 01, 2022

“True originality,” Edith Wharton once noted, “consists not in a new […]

Boston Artists Ensemble wrap season with skillful yet imposing Brahms and Chopin – Apr 30, 2022

Brahms’s Piano Quartet No. 2 in A major contains several passages […]

BSO’s retooled season finale reaches the summit with epic Strauss, delightful Saint-Saëns – Apr 29, 2022

For the second time in two weeks, a cancellation upended a […]

With a program change, Nelsons and BSO serve up rich if familiar Strauss – Apr 22, 2022

The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s all-Strauss program Thursday night promised to be […]

Rands’ restless “Symphonic Fantasy” proves worth the wait in belated BSO premiere – Apr 15, 2022

Bernard Rands had avoided taking inspiration from existing standard repertoire. But […]

Despite distractions, Zander, Boston Phil wrap season with triumphant Mahler Third – Apr 09, 2022

Back in the early days of the pandemic, when the future […]

BMOP finds the full measure of Zwilich’s emotionally complex music – Apr 09, 2022

After the sudden death of her husband, the violinist Joseph Zwilich, […]

Boston Symphony program takes flight with two notable debuts – Apr 08, 2022

Rarely do the stars align so neatly for a Boston Symphony […]

Rudoi’s homegrown “Passion” misses musical transcendence in Boston Cecilia’s world premiere – Apr 04, 2022

The urge to Americanize European musical forms isn’t as trendy today […]

Jeremy Denk brings out the introspection, exuberance of Bach’s “Well-Tempered Clavier” – Apr 04, 2022

Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier has always delighted the musical specialist. Mozart, Beethoven, […]