Archive for June, 2017

Noseda pulls out of July NSO concerts to recover from back surgery – Jun 30, 2017

Music director designate Gianandrea Noseda has pulled out of his summer […]

Rarely heard Rossini comedy proves a delightful discovery at Wolf Trap – Jun 26, 2017

In the fall of 1812, the 20-year-old Gioachino Rossini premiered his […]

Philippe Auguin’s departure a troubling portent for WNO – Jun 22, 2017

In a late June surprise, Washington National Opera has announced the […]

Wolf Trap Opera offers a Terpsichorean, goth take on Glass’s “Fall of the House of Usher” – Jun 18, 2017

Those who believe opera should be a feast for the eyes […]

Eschenbach at his vivid, captivating best in NSO farewell – Jun 15, 2017

This week Christoph Eschenbach concludes his seventh and final season as […]

Alice Sara Ott brings singular Tchaikovsky style to NSO – Jun 08, 2017

Alice Sara Ott had a dynamic debut with the National Symphony […]

National Symphony Orchestra hires a new executive director – Jun 05, 2017

The National Symphony Orchestra has a new leader. The Kennedy Center […]

König and Gluzman in fine form with Baltimore Symphony’s Parisian program – Jun 03, 2017

Christoph König has made a guest appearance with the Baltimore Symphony […]

Nearing the finish line, Eschenbach leads NSO in a raucous, uneven Mahler Second – Jun 02, 2017

The Christoph Eschenbach era at the National Symphony Orchestra is drawing […]

Soprano Sherezade Panthaki radiant in Opera Lafayette’s Rameau – Jun 01, 2017

Jean-Philippe Rameau’s opera-ballet Les Indes Galantes is a long, sprawling work, […]



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