Archive for March, 2017

Critic’s Choice – Mar 28, 2017

Washington Performing Arts and the Kennedy Center are trying to recreate […]

Arditti Quartet still living on the modernist edge at Library of Congress – Mar 25, 2017

The Arditti Quartet is known for playing music that can be […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 21, 2017

The National Symphony Orchestra is off this week, preparing for their […]

Concertmaster Bar-Josef offers engaging Mozart with Eschenbach, NSO – Mar 17, 2017

In his last season with the National Symphony Orchestra, Christoph Eschenbach […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 14, 2017

The Emerson String Quartet seems to be settling into its current […]

Washington Bach Consort begins a new era with “St. Matthew Passion” – Mar 13, 2017

Bach’s St. Matthew Passion is a work of countless intricacies. Coordinating […]

Lisette Oropesa shines brightest in opera with Vocal Arts DC – Mar 12, 2017

Lisette Oropesa has appeared at Washington National Opera and Washington Concert […]

Eschenbach, NSO prepare a rough draft for Russian tour – Mar 10, 2017

Christoph Eschenbach will take the National Symphony Orchestra to Russia to […]

Critic’s Choice – Mar 08, 2017

 When this time of year rolls around, the season of Lent […]

András Schiff offers dreamy and intimate Schubert at Strathmore – Mar 08, 2017

“Beethoven composes like an architect,” Alfred Brendel once said, “Schubert like […]



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