Archive for February, 2017

Despite arid acoustic, Venice Baroque Orchestra brings vibrancy to concertos – Feb 14, 2017

The Venice Baroque Orchestra has played in some of Washington’s most […]

Joshua Bell opens Kennedy Center residency with a tribute to JFK – Feb 11, 2017

The Kennedy Center has been marking the 100th anniversary of its […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 08, 2017

Since the Washington debut of Blue Heron in 2010, the Boston-based […]

Beijing Symphony offers a diverting mix at Kennedy Center – Feb 07, 2017

Worries about China’s exertion of soft power through cultural organizations may […]

Virginia Opera hits the target with a winning “Freischütz” – Feb 06, 2017

After striking productions of Aida, Philip Glass’s Orphée, and Hansel and […]

Jordi Savall and friends explore the richly varied music of Venice – Feb 05, 2017

Throughout its history the Republic of Venice was a multicultural crossroads, […]

Mulcahy, NSO provide inspired advocacy for Rouse’s compelling concerto – Feb 03, 2017

Christoph Eschenbach has made a point of featuring National Symphony Orchestra […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 01, 2017

If you are feeling a little cut off from the rest […]


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