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DiDonato's Peerless Dido Melts Hearts at the Barbican

February 9, 2024 | Mark Valencia, Musical America
LONDON—Joyce DiDonato, shrewd diva that she is, has carved a useful niche in her résumé out of playing one character. That’s Dido, of course, the Carthaginian queen whose name is encoded within her own. As a sequel to … »Read


Lise Davidson Soars, Conductor Overdoes It

February 8, 2024 | Fred Cohn, Musical America
On February 1 at Carnegie Hall, Lise Davidsen reaffirmed her status as a once-in-a-generation vocal phenomenon. Singing the Wesendonck Lieder , with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra led by its music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin, … »Read


Monteverdi's Equal Was a Woman

February 7, 2024 | Clive Paget, Musical America
LONDON—Born in Venice in 1619, Barbara Strozzi was registered as the daughter of Isabella Griega, housekeeper to the academician Giulio Strozzi. That the famous poet and opera librettist went on to adopt her suggests she was his actual … »Read


At Cal Performances: Eco Delivers Cindy Cox's Musical Landscapes

February 6, 2024 | Steven Winn, Musical America
SAN FRANCISCO—With one of the West’s atmospheric rivers churning away outside, Hertz Hall on the University of California Berkeley campus sheltered a different and more varied display of natural phenomena on February 6: Bustling … »Read


Pappano and the LSO Set a New Standard for Elijah

February 5, 2024 | Mark Valencia, Musical America
LONDON—For half a century or more, the benchmark recording of Mendelssohn’s Elijah in English has been an all-star affair conducted by Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos. With a solo team led by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau that included … »Read


Met Chamber Ensemble Perfectly Evokes Weimar Ebulllience

January 31, 2024 | Fred Cohn, Musical America
Paul Hindemith’s Kammermusik No. 1 , the first work on the Met Orchestra Chamber Ensemble’s January 22 Weill Hall program, opens with an agitated cacophony, all swirling sixteenth notes and trumpet fanfares. Two nights earlier, the … »Read




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