Archive for April, 2018

Washington National Opera opens zany “Barber of Seville” – Apr 29, 2018

Rossini’s The Barber of Seville is every opera company’s bread and […]

Vocal Arts DC postpones tonight’s Brian Mulligan recital – Apr 28, 2018

Tonight’s recital by baritone Brian Mulligan and pianist Timothy Long at […]

Savall and Hespèrion XXI pray for Catalonia in exquisite concert – Apr 28, 2018

Life spirals through cycles, seeming to come back to its starting […]

Gerald Finley and Julius Drake electrify Library of Congress series – Apr 26, 2018

Washington could always have more lieder recitals. The Library of Congress […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 23, 2018

For old music this week, do not miss the concert by […]

Noseda leads a vital NSO in music for light forces – Apr 20, 2018

This week’s National Symphony Orchestra program is a light one–at least […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 18, 2018

The pioneering INSCAPE Chamber Orchestra often combines old and new music […]

Noseda, NSO close SHIFT Festival with rarities, rendered with subtlety and finesse – Apr 15, 2018

Each of the four orchestras featured at the SHIFT Festival this […]

Indianapolis Symphony fills Kennedy Center with apocalyptic sound – Apr 14, 2018

If the Albany Symphony’s appearance at the SHIFT Festival on Wednesday […]

A striking addition to the tuba repertory shines amid the Albany Symphony’s sugared SHIFT program – Apr 12, 2018

The SHIFT Festival has made it to a second season, which […]