Archive for November, 2017

Noseda offers “tasting menu” of orchestral showpieces with NSO  – Nov 17, 2017

Gianandrea Noseda is at the midpoint of a three-week stand with …

The Crossing presents timely and challenging new music for voices – Nov 14, 2017

The extraordinary rejuvenation of the free concert series at the National …

Noseda lights a fire in first subscription concert with National Symphony – Nov 09, 2017

Gianandrea Noseda began his tenure as music director of the National …

Bell opens new Washington Chorus era with white-knuckle Walton – Nov 09, 2017

The Washington Chorus opened its first season under new artistic director …

Back to the Future: Leila Josefowicz finds fresh treasure in arrangements and rarities – Nov 07, 2017

Leila Josefowicz doesn’t appear to be a revolutionary. The violinist’s debut …

Vocal Arts DC opens season with a feast of Bernstein rarities – Nov 06, 2017

Vocal Arts DC’s season-opening concert in the Kennedy Center’s newly reopened …

Washington National Opera goes for Baroque with a radiant “Alcina” – Nov 05, 2017

As with most large opera companies, music before Mozart has never …

Pianist Liu offers a thoughtful program of American music with a lost work rediscovered – Nov 05, 2017

One of the greatest pleasures of taking in concerts at the …

Elizabeth Bishop lifts Apollo Orchestra program of Mozart and Mahler – Nov 04, 2017

The Apollo Orchestra, founded in 2010, brought one of its free …

Slatkin returns to NSO with rare Bernstein and inexorable Stravinsky – Nov 03, 2017

This year is Leonard Slatkin’s tenth and final season as music …