Archive for April, 2019

Third conductor is the charm with Hersh rescuing NSO’s French program – Apr 13, 2019

All the drama was not on the stage in the National […]

Brownlee soars in Vocal Arts recital of Schumann and Sorey  – Apr 12, 2019

Tenor Lawrence Brownlee’s name rarely appears in print without the label […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 09, 2019

The Library of Congress not only offers free concerts, it offers […]

Calidore Quartet illuminates historic Viennese program at Wolf Trap – Apr 08, 2019

Violinist Ignaz Schuppanzigh led what is considered the world’s first public […]

Brownlee’s sterling artistry strikes Rossini sparks in WCO’s “Zelmira” – Apr 06, 2019

Washington Concert Opera completed a fine season Friday night, with the […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 04, 2019

The Calidore String Quartet is one of the most accomplished young […]

Trifecta of April events showcase the multifaceted Lawrence Brownlee – Apr 01, 2019

Lawrence Brownlee considers Washington D.C. like a second home, and in […]


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