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City Ballet Honors Its Famed Collaborators

February 11, 2019 | Rachel Straus, Musical America
The components of the Balanchine-Stravinsky Greek-themed trilogy Apollo (1928), Orpheus (1948) and Agon (1957) are infrequently seen together, perhaps because the middle ballet is not an outright crowd pleaser. But the sum of the whole is greater … » Read
 

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Two Concerts, Two Premieres at the Seattle Symphony

February 11, 2019 | Thomas May, Musical America
SEATTLE—As Ludovic Morlot’s final season at the helm of the Seattle Symphony gets closer to the final stretch, his legacy of nurturing new music is coming into sharper relief. The SSO’s last two programs in … » Read
 

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A Low-Key Tribute to a Living Legend

February 8, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
Let’s start with a little perspective. Leon Fleisher was born in San Francisco in 1928. He was playing piano before Hitler became Chancellor of Germany; he made his 1944 New York Philharmonic debut in the closing years of World War II under … » Read
 

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A Musically Stellar Katya Marks Edward Gardner's Belated ROH Debut

February 7, 2019 |
Mark Valencia, Musical America
LONDON—With careless synchronicity, no fewer than three UK opera companies are presenting Kátya Kabanová in the current season. I was under the impression that company bosses coordinated their plans, but apparently not. … » Read
 

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Ursula Oppens Tribute Launches Terrance McKnight's New Series

February 5, 2019 | Christian B. Carey, Musical America
WQXR host Terrance McKnight [named one of Musical America’s 2019 Top Professionals ] launched his “Only at Merkin” series on February 2, with a 75 th -birthday tribute to pianist and intrepid interpreter Ursula Oppens. Billed as … » Read
 

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A Sanford Sylvan Mentee Honors His Teacher in Recital Debut

February 4, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
These days, it’s an ever-increasing challenge to be noticed, and young singers are no exception. It has to be said, however, that young Polish countertenor, Jakub Jósef Orlinski has more than a few advantages to make him stand out … » Read
 
 

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