Archive for September, 2021

John Luther Adams’ “Sila” breathes new life into Kennedy Center’s REACH – Sep 27, 2021

As the shimmering afternoon sun cast shadows across the Kennedy Center’s […]

Political polemics undermine IN Series’ message of hope and healing – Sep 27, 2021

The world of classical music is slowly reopening. It is an […]

Baltimore Symphony returns to the Meyerhoff for thrilling program under Stasevska – Sep 26, 2021

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is back. The ensemble’s 2019-2020 season already […]

October 28 – Sep 23, 2021

National Symphony Orchestra Yan Pascal Tortelier, conductor Bizet: L’Arlésienne, Suites Nos. […]

Golda Schultz kicks off Vocal Arts’ virtual fall with women composers – Sep 20, 2021

Vocal Arts DC is among those classical music presenters not yet […]

Capriccio Baroque series reopens with versatile Vinikour at the harpsichord – Sep 19, 2021

After a year and a half of coronavirus restrictions, classical music […]

New Constellations series goes back to nature in adventurous season opener – Sep 13, 2021

In 2019, Constellations Chamber Concerts began presenting intimate concerts in private […]

Opera Lafayette returns with Westernized retooling of a French Baroque comedy – Sep 10, 2021

As classical music organizations tentatively return to live performances this fall, […]



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