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NY Phil Takes on 'Music of Conscience'

May 23, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
The New York Philharmonic is winding up its current season with a series of concerts provocatively titled “Music of Conscience.” Featuring works by composers responding to political tyranny (Beethoven and Shostakovich on this first … »Read


ICE Offers NY Premiere of Claude Vivier’s Kopernikus

May 21, 2019 | Christian B. Carey, Musical America
On Thursday, May 16 th , Music of the Americas presented the New York premiere of Claude Vivier’s opera Kopernikus (1979) at Issue Project Room in Downtown Brooklyn. Vivier (1943-1983) was born in Montreal and spent time in the 1970s in … »Read


A Countertenor at the Top of His Game

May 20, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
It’s a brave Brit who labels his program “England’s Orpheus” with all the attendant expectations, but fortunately Iestyn Davies has the musical chops to back it up. The British countertenor’s May 16 recital in the … »Read


New Faust Opens the Glyndebourne Season

May 20, 2019 | Keith Clarke, Musical America
GLYNDEBOURNE—There were fireworks onstage and off for the launch of Glyndebourne’s 85 th season on May 18. Patrons were invited to stand on the lawn at the end of the evening as the skies lit up to mark the 25th anniversary of the … »Read


A Valiant Attempt to Do Right by Britten's Owen Wingrave

May 14, 2019 | Christian B. Carey, Musical America
NEW YORK - Owen Wingrave was originally composed for television and telecast by the BBC in 1971. Later it was staged at Covent Garden and brought to Santa Fe Opera in 1974. Wingrave is the second of Benjamin Britten’s operas to be based on … »Read


Henze's ...Slave Concludes MetLiveArts Season

May 13, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
Frequently feted during his lifetime but even more frequently misunderstood, left-wing German composer Hans Werner Henze’s “Cuban years” are perhaps the least appreciated period in a long and multi-stylistic musical career. … »Read




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