Archive for January, 2017

Critic’s Choice – Jan 17, 2017

Isabelle Faust has recorded Bach’s complete set of six sonatas and […]

Lise de la Salle tells keyboard love stories at Phillips – Jan 16, 2017

Lise de la Salle came to prominence as a child prodigy, […]

With unfunny libretto and barren score, new Fairouz opera takes the fun out of tyranny  РJan 14, 2017

Washington National Opera has put considerable resources into its American Opera […]

Elder, NSO explore Stravinsky roots with iridescent performances – Jan 13, 2017

No composer creates his musical style from nothing. Scholar Richard Taruskin […]

Critic’s Choice – Jan 11, 2017

Sir Mark Elder takes the podium of the National Symphony Orchestra […]

The Dover Quartet shines brightly in Mozart and Smetana – Jan 10, 2017

Since 2013 the Dover Quartet’s concerts in the area have been […]

Slobodeniouk returns to BSO with dark-hued Russian program – Jan 08, 2017

Dima Slobodeniouk made his debut at the podium of the Baltimore […]

Orlando and Folger Consorts make beautiful medieval music together – Jan 07, 2017

For its annual Epiphanytide concert at Washington National Cathedral, the Folger […]


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