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SFSymphony & Co. Power Through Britten's War Requiem

May 23, 2023 | Steven Winn, Musical America
SAN FRANCISCO—The fusion of mortal pain and divine consolation, macabre marches and murmurous chants, a centuries-old Latin mass text and the World War I-era fury of Wilfred Owen’s verse take hold early in Benjamin Britten’s … »Read


Met's Flute Fanciful but Lacks Depth

May 22, 2023 | George Loomis, Musical America
A miniature Mozart festival has burst forth in the final weeks of the Metropolitan Opera’s season, with two new productions appearing in as many weeks, each staged by a debuting director from abroad who is better known here for work in … »Read


Finn Phenom Takes on Schnittke and Mahler in Prague

May 19, 2023 | Clive Paget, Musical America
PRAGUE—Mahler’s First Symphony can be a tricky beast to program. Not quite long enough to stand alone, it’s capable of overshadowing a lightweight concerto, or worse, competing for attention with another showboat work. This May … »Read


LA Opera's Otello Has All the Right Ingredients Save One

May 17, 2023 | Richard S. Ginell, Musical America
LOS ANGELES—Verdi’s great, penultimate opera Otello will always occupy a special place in the history of Los Angeles Opera. It was the company’s opening production in October 1986, an event that in hindsight shattered the … »Read


Octogenarian Radicals Shine at Brooklyn's Long Play Fest

May 11, 2023 | David Patrick Stearns, Musical America
The 2023 Long Play Festival, May 5-7, emerged as a major event of the spring season, a 50-plus-performance cross-section of New York’s alt-classical sphere and its pioneers. Produced by Bang on a Can’s Julia Wolfe, David Lang, Michael … »Read


At the Met: A Searing, Singular Don

May 7, 2023 | John Rockwell, Musical America
Ivo van Hove is controversial. Some love his overall work or individual productions. Others hate him/them. So even with interviews and some advance warning from his new staging of Don Giovanni in 2019 at the Paris Opera, the co-producer with the … »Read




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