Archive for February, 2017

Critic’s Choice – Feb 28, 2017

Opera Lafayette has just revived Pierre Gaveaux’s Léonore, ou L’amour conjugal, […]

Lugansky lights up St. Petersburg Philharmonic program – Feb 28, 2017

The St. Petersburg Philharmonic comes to Washington every three or four […]

Biss, Brentano Quartet explore composers’ late works at Shriver Hall – Feb 27, 2017

Jonathan Biss and the Brentano String Quartet shared a program Sunday […]

WNO gives a worthy DC premiere of Heggie’s “Dead Man Walking” – Feb 26, 2017

Since its premiere at San Francisco Opera in 2000, Jake Heggie’s […]

Sandrine Piau returns to Washington with more French songs – Feb 22, 2017

Sandrine Piau’s debut in Washington, one year ago at the Phillips […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 21, 2017

For inventiveness of motion married to the gestures of music, few […]

Opera Lafayette unearths a compelling discovery with Gaveaux’s “Léonore” – Feb 20, 2017

Opera Lafayette continues to unearth historical curiosities from the 17th and […]

Either/Or offers a mixed night of modern works at Library of Congress – Feb 19, 2017

Either/Or, the contemporary music ensemble based in New York, took the […]

Meister, NSO explore fairy tales, light and dark – Feb 18, 2017

A crowd turned out to hear Hilary Hahn at the Friday […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 16, 2017

One year ago, Sandrine Piau made her Washington debut at the […]



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