Boston Early Music Festival opens 20th season with Steffani’s lavish “Orlando” – Jun 10, 2019

The 20th biennial Boston Early Music Festival opened on Sunday afternoon with […]

Guerilla Opera offers compelling preview of “The Captivity of Hannah Duston” – May 31, 2019

On the east side of Haverhill’s public park there stands a […]

Back Bay Chorale closes season with the drama and consolation of Bach’s Mass in B minor – May 20, 2019

“Bach’s works remind one of fine and valuable lace,” Wanda Landowska […]

Seraphim Singers wrap 21st season with music from peace to partying – May 12, 2019

Seraphim Singers closed their twenty-first season Saturday night at Newton’s Eliot […]

Pro Arte Orchestra wraps season with a Largely Latin feast – May 06, 2019

Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston brought its season to a […]

Handel and Haydn Society closes season with Bach, Mozart and an Allegri journey – May 04, 2019

In 1770, Wolfgang Mozart sat with his father in the papal […]

Contemplative Currier concerto receives luminous premiere from Skride, BSO – May 03, 2019

Aether was once a popular and compelling scientific concept. Nineteenth-century physicists believed it […]

Bell, Isserlis, and Denk make a poetic, unified trio for Celebrity Series concert – Apr 29, 2019

Shostakovich’s Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor is a work […]

A moving farewell in New England Philharmonic’s season finale – Apr 28, 2019

In his seven years as composer-in-residence with the New England Philharmonic, […]

Rare Ives and epic Mahler from Zander, Boston Philharmonic – Apr 27, 2019

In early 1911, Gustav Mahler happened upon a score to a […]