Archive for January, 2018

Opera Lafayette’s double-bill delivers a striking cross-cultural success – Jan 31, 2018

Opera Lafayette combined two excellent rarities of the Italian Baroque for […]

Noseda to bring an Italian flavor to second season with NSO – Jan 30, 2018

The Kennedy Center announced its 2018-2019 season of classical music and […]

Violinist Stefan Jackiw strives to bring out the grit and nostalgia of Charles Ives – Jan 29, 2018

Charles Ives is still a problem. Our current era accepts and […]

Back to the future with Eschenbach, NSO and Josefowicz – Jan 26, 2018

Christoph Eschenbach may have stepped down as music director of the […]

Calidore Quartet makes a subtly nuanced Kennedy Center debut – Jan 25, 2018

Formed in 2010, the Calidore String Quartet has been racking up […]

February 21 – Jan 23, 2018

Washington Performing Arts Mitsuko Uchida, pianist Schubert: Sonata in C minor, […]

Critic’s Choice – Jan 23, 2018

With the shutdown of the federal government at an end, the […]

WNO’s new operas offer mixed takes on the American experience – Jan 22, 2018

Washington National Opera presented three twenty-minute operas Saturday night at the […]

Missy Mazzoli deconstructs the American Dream in bracing WNO premiere – Jan 20, 2018

Since the dawn of the American Opera Initiative, in 2012, Washington […]

Composer Missy Mazzoli is breaking the glass opera ceiling – Jan 17, 2018

Missy Mazzoli became a rock star of the classical world with […]



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