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New Artist of the Month: Violinist Sarah Saviet

March 1, 2024 | Steve Smith, Musical America
Plenty of violinists eager to make a name for themselves choose virtuoso fireworks in their inaugural public offerings. Sarah Saviet has chosen an alternate route in her clutch of recent recordings. That’s not to say pieces like A Coiled … »Read


A Savvy Pianist in the Middle of the Room

March 1, 2024 | Steve Smith, Musical America
Taking to a topless Bösendorfer grand piano situated smack-dab in the middle of Zankel Hall on a recent Friday night, Timo Andres got busy immediately with the world premiere of Fiddlehead, a new piece he’d written for the occasion. … »Read


In Boston, Benjamin Zander Turns (Back) to Mahler One at 85

March 1, 2024 | Lloyd Schwarz, Musical America
BOSTON—Forty-five years ago, the Boston Civic Symphony fired its brilliant young maestro, Benjamin Zander, for playing too much Mahler. When the entire orchestra resigned in protest, Zander started his own Boston Philharmonic, with Mahler … »Read

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Venue Victimized by Covid Aftereffects

March 1, 2024 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The phenomenon known as “long covid” afflicts more than humans, as many arts institutions are now discovering. The latest victim is the Cowles Center for Dance & The Performing Arts in Minneapolis, which has announced it will … »Read


James Conlon Continues to Recover and Uncover Voices—Convincingly

March 1, 2024 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Since arriving at the Los Angeles Opera as music director in 2006, James Conlon has reveled in presenting works by composers silenced by the Nazis during World War II and since forgotten. His “Recovered Voices” project has brought … »Read


Met's New La Forza: Davidsen Soars Among Strange Directorial Choices

February 29, 2024 | Fred Cohn, Musical America
In the Metropolitan Opera’s new Forza del destino , it isn’t “destiny” that propels the characters across time and terrain; it’s socio-political upheaval. Mariusz Trelinski’s production (seen at its February 26 … »Read




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