Archive for September, 2019

Noseda, NSO open season with a jazzy, enlightening salute to Paris – Sep 29, 2019

The espresso-intense buzz of Gianandrea Noseda’s tenure was palpable in the […]

Baltimore Symphony’s rousing season opener triumphs in fate-laden program – Sep 28, 2019

The cloud over the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has lifted.  After a […]

WNO needs to remove Domingo name, clear the air on his tenure – Sep 26, 2019

Over the past year, news organizations started to publish accounts of […]

Baltimore Symphony musicians ratify contract; Midgette resigns from WaPO – Sep 23, 2019

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Monday that management and members of […]

Washington Bach Consort still finding its footing under Marsh – Sep 23, 2019

The Washington Bach Consort continues to evolve as it moves into […]

Christopher Rouse 1949-2019 – Sep 22, 2019

American composer Christopher Rouse has died at the age of 70, […]

With pomp and gratitude, a revived National Philharmonic opens with Beethoven – Sep 22, 2019

After the National Philharmonic’s dramatic summer—an abrupt demise, an abrupt resurrection—the […]

Agreement reached in Baltimore Symphony impasse – Sep 21, 2019

Management of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Saturday that they have […]

October 24 – Sep 21, 2019

Musicians from MarlboroFrank Rosenwein, oboistLucy Fitz Gibbon, sopranoRobyn Bollinger, David McCarroll, Stephen Tavani, and Itamar Zorman, violinistsHélène Clément and Maiya Papach, violistsMarcy […]

Reach falls short of grasping Kennedy Center issues – Sep 19, 2019

On September 7 the Kennedy Center officially opened its new 4.6-acre […]