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Miller Theater Composer Portrait: Caroline Shaw on a New Path

February 11, 2020 | Christian B. Carey, Musical America
Caroline Shaw won the Pulitzer Prize in Music Composition in 2013, the youngest person to do so. The winning work, Partita, written for the vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth, of which she is a member, displays a plethora of musical styles, ranging … » Read
 

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Met's Agrippina: Saved by the Voices, Especially Hers

February 10, 2020 | Clive Paget, Musical America
With its scheming politicos, sexual shenanigans, and an air of jaded amorality, Handel’s Agrippina is the perfect opera to hold a mirror up to our own times. It’s not surprising then that Sir David McVicar chose a contemporary … » Read
 

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In Zurich: Cecilia Bartoli Is Gluck's Iphigénie

February 10, 2020 | James Imam, Musical America
MILAN--Alexander Pereira's two-decade tenure as Intendant of Zurich Opera ended eight years ago, but his legacy appears to be alive and kicking. The Austrian manager gave Cecilia Bartoli a number of early breaks at the company (she celebrated 30 … » Read
 

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At Teatro Lirico: There's a Reason This 20th-Century Opera Is Obscure

February 6, 2020 | James Imam, Musical America
MILAN--From Leoncavallo's I Medici to Giordano's La cena delle beffe , the grisly world of Renaissance Italy was repeatedly explored by verismo and late-verismo composers. Perhaps the brutality associated with the period sat well with a musical … » Read
 

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Conrad (Tao) and Caleb (Teicher), Scratching and Tapping in Boston

February 5, 2020 | Keith Powers, Musical America
BOSTON--Choreographer/dancer Caleb Teicher and pianist/composer Conrad Tao opened a short run of their More Forever, on January 31 in the Plimpton Shattuck Black Box Theater at New England Conservatory. Part of Boston’s Celebrity Series, … » Read
 

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City Ballet Opens 2020 with New Ratmansky and Old Friends

February 4, 2020 | Chava Pearl Lansky, Musical America
Alexei Ratmansky is known as a highly musical choreographer, celebrated for his reconstructions of 19th-century classics and explorations of Eastern European folk-inspired styles. So the announcement that his newest work for New York City Ballet … » Read
 
 

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