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Pittsburgh Symphony Honors Honeck's 10th Season with Haydn’s The Creation

December 7, 2017 | George Loomis, Musical America
PITTSBURGH—Manfred Honeck [pictured] put his ambitions as an opera conductor on hold when he departed as music director of Staatsoper Stuttgart in 2011 to focus on the Pittsburgh Symphony. Yet he has overseen events not so far removed from … » Read
 

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Williamsburg Coup: The Third Annual Jürg Frey String Quartets Evening

December 5, 2017 | Christian Carey, Musical America
WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN – In recent years, live contemporary music in New York has dispersed and now inhabits a host of new venues. In a nod to changing times, earlier this year the proprietors of Spectrum, a fairly recent and welcome … » Read
 

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Much Maligned Mezzo Faces Her Crits with Mahler Resurrection

November 28, 2017 | Keith Clarke, Musical America
CARDIFF – When Tomáš Hanus took over as music director of Welsh National Opera in August 2016, his first public appearance in the role was not in the opera house but on stage at St. David’s Hall, Cardiff, conducting … » Read
 

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DiDonato, Brownlee in an Otherwise Listless RNO Semiramide

November 27, 2017 | Mark Valencia, Musical America
LONDON—With Semiramide Rossini called time on the Italian phase of his career, relocated to Paris, and devoted the second half of his life to concocting gastronomic dishes and composing what he termed his ‘’sins of old … » Read
 

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At the Y: U.K. Sensation Making the Move from Prodigy to Artist

November 27, 2017 | Stuart Isacoff, Musical America
NEW YORK--The 92 nd Street Y’s piano offerings are particularly strong this season, with performances by Angela Hewitt (year two of her “Bach Odyssey”), Bosnian-born Pedja Muzijevic (CPE Bach, WF Bach, and John Cage), and Shai … » Read
 

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Swedish Radio Choir Excels in the Ethereal

November 22, 2017 | Bruce Hodges, Musical America
NEW YORK--Choral repertoire doesn't get more exotic—or challenging—than what the Swedish Radio Choir brought to the Church of St. Mary the Virgin on November 14 under its Chief Conductor Peter Dijkstra. One of the final events of … » Read
 
 

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