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NY Phil Returns to Carnegie Hall as Susanna Mälkki Makes Her House Debut

January 11, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
In his program note for the Saxophone Concerto, John Adams writes that his preference for the soloist is the “looser, grittier, ‘jazz style’” of playing, rather than the “French style” generally associated with … »Read


Rattle, the LSO, and a New Violin Concerto in Covid-Careless London

January 7, 2022 | Clive Paget, Musical America
LONDON--A new year brings new challenges as COVID continues its determined tussle with the arts here in the U.K. However, despite case numbers in London being off the charts, it seemed nothing was going to stop music lovers packing the Barbican … »Read


The Met Opens the New Year with a New Rigoletto

January 2, 2022 | George Loomis, Musical America
General Manager Peter Gelb greeted the audience at the premiere of the new  Rigoletto  on New Year’s Eve at the Metropolitan Opera. Among other things, he said announcements would no longer be made that singers would perform … »Read


The Met Opera's Family Offerings in Review

December 25, 2021 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
The Metropolitan Opera has designated two operas as holiday presentations this year, both abridged and sung in English, designed to be “family friendly.” Mozart’s The Magic Flute opened on December 10, a 90-minute, … »Read


New Opera by Gold-star Storytellers Premieres in Florida

December 21, 2021 | John Fleming, Musical America
ORLANDO, Florida – The Secret River , a chamber opera commissioned by Opera Orlando, is essentially a work for children, and it has plenty of elements bound to appeal to them. Set in rural Central Florida during the Great Depression, it … »Read


Where Does West Side Story Fit in the Artistic Firmament?

December 20, 2021 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The recent release of Steven Spielberg’s remake of West Side Story has revived the on-again off-again debate about where best to place this iconic work in the artistic firmament. Does it belong most comfortably to the world of musical … »Read




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