Archive for March, 2021

National Cathedral presents austere Couperin for Holy Week reflection – Mar 29, 2021

Next Sunday is Easter, and that means it is time again […]

The Thirteen courts fresh controversy in political staging of Bach’s “St. John Passion” – Mar 28, 2021

Despite its rich musical rewards, Bach’s St. John Passion is a […]

April 27 – Mar 25, 2021

StreamGeorge Fergus, organistBuxtehude: Prelude, Fugue and ChaconneBach: Fantasia and Fugue in […]

After year of lockdown, Noseda makes welcome virtual return to NSO podium – Mar 20, 2021

Cast your mind back to last March. The National Symphony Orchestra […]

Lise Davidsen stunning in program of rarities for Vocal Arts DC – Mar 19, 2021

Vocal Arts DC scored quite a coup in presenting the first […]

Andres and Priday stream wide-ranging American recital for Phillips Collection – Mar 08, 2021

“Welcome to my living room.” With those words, Timo Andres introduced […]



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