Archive for November, 2016

Bychkov, Concertgebouw move from darkness to light with Glanert and Mahler – Nov 30, 2016

The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is one of the world’s best orchestras. […]

Choral Arts Society makes a glorious sound in Berlioz Requiem – Nov 21, 2016

In a world where almost every piece of music ever recorded […]

Soprano Dana Beth Miller makes a searing debut in Concert Opera’s “Hérodiade” – Nov 21, 2016

Twice a year Washington Concert Opera has the chance to give […]

Urbański leads NSO in Polish rarity and breathless Dvořák – Nov 18, 2016

Some American orchestras are trending younger and younger in their choice […]

Ben Bliss brings colorful voice and natural artistry to recital for Vocal Arts DC – Nov 16, 2016

Washington D.C. is an international city and Vocal Arts DC’s 2016-17 […]

Seraphic Fire offers a program of remembrance in Georgetown – Nov 14, 2016

Seraphic Fire made its latest visit to the Washington area on […]

Oropesa, Brownlee lead the charge in WNO’s delightful “Daughter of the Regiment” – Nov 13, 2016

Washington National Opera continues its rather lightweight season this month. The company […]

Runnicles returns to NSO with gorgeous French program – Nov 12, 2016

Amid all the speculation last season about Christoph Eschenbach’s successor at […]

Powerful playing and uneven conducting in Alsop’s Mahler 6 – Nov 11, 2016

Marin Alsop has been working her way through Mahler’s symphonies with […]

Takács Quartet brings customary depth to Beethoven program – Nov 10, 2016

Chamber music, as the name implies, relies in good part on […]



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