Archive for 2018

2018-19 Critic’s Choice – Aug 20, 2018

The District of Columbia and its environs offer a dizzying array …

Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival provides an oasis in DC’s August desert – Aug 11, 2018

The month of August is normally a gaping void for classical …

August 21 – Aug 09, 2018

Leonard Sanderman, organist
Music by Lindberg, Franck, Bach
12:10 p.m. Church …

A finely sung, imaginatively staged “Rigoletto” on a rainy night at Wolf Trap – Aug 04, 2018

Wolf Trap Opera Company offers an annual one-night opera in the …

A trio of great singers delivers power and passion in Wagner night at Wolf Trap Opera – Jul 29, 2018

Considering the welcoming reception Richard Wagner’s Ring received two years ago …

Utah Arts Review to launch this fall – Jul 17, 2018

I’m delighted to announce the launch of Utah Arts Review, our …

UrbanArias debuts a quirky tale of obsession in “Why is Eartha Kitt Trying to Kill Me?” – Jul 08, 2018

Read the synopsis of nearly any opera and you are sure …

Alsop, BSO members mix it up with flair in New Music Festival – Jun 22, 2018

While Marin Alsop gained an early reputation as a specialist in …

August 10 – Jun 19, 2018

Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival
Anna Marsh, dulcianist
William Simms, theorbist…

Eschenbach closes NSO season with German brass and Classical elegance – Jun 15, 2018

Christoph Eschenbach, conductor laureate of the National Symphony Orchestra, is drawing …