Archive for 2020

Krzysztof Penderecki 1933-2020 – Apr 01, 2020

Krzysztof Penderecki, one of the most prominent compositional voices in 20th […]

Ten Recordings to get you through the shutdown (Part I) – Mar 30, 2020

All live performances across the country have necessarily come to a […]

NSO musicians furloughed hours after Kennedy Center received $25 million – Mar 29, 2020

The Kennedy Center informed the musicians and librarians of the National […]

April 6 – Mar 24, 2020

Washington Bach Consort–CANCELLEDDana Marsh, conductorJohn Walthausen, organistBach: O Lamm Gottes UnschuldigBach: Cantata No. 5 (Wo soll ich fliehen hin)12:10 p.m. St. […]

Streaming links to get your music fix during the COVID-19 quarantine – Mar 17, 2020

In order to serve Washington Classical Review readers during the current […]

Editors’ note on the coronavirus – Mar 14, 2020

As across the country, nearly all Washington classical music organizations and […]

Kennedy Center leads cultural closings across the region – Mar 12, 2020

In response to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the Kennedy […]

Waiting for Odysseus: “Sirens” crowns IN Series’ Women Composers Festival – Mar 08, 2020

A Women Composers Festival, presented this weekend by the IN Series, […]

Apollo Orchestra delivers worthy Respighi, Beethoven – Mar 06, 2020

Sandro Botticelli’s La Primavera, L’Adorazione dei Magi, and La nascita di Venere, masterpieces from the […]

PostClassical Ensemble fetes Armenian music and history at National Cathedral – Mar 05, 2020

Armenia, the first country to declare Christianity its state religion, has […]


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