Archive for April, 2022

DiDonato plants a seed with ecology-themed, rock-show recital – Apr 25, 2022

In the last few years, the mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato has appeared […]

Washington Concert Opera serves up a vocally opulent “Orphée” – Apr 25, 2022

Baltimore Concert Opera put on Cilea’s refulgently orchestrated Adriana Lecouvreur this […]

Cuarteto Latinoamericano celebrates forty years together with fiesta of Mexican music – Apr 24, 2022

The Cuarteto Latinoamericano formed in Mexico in 1982. Three brothers—violinists Saúl […]

At 20th anniversary, “Defiant Requiem” still makes a powerful statement – Apr 21, 2022

A conductor named Rafael Schächter, condemned to the Nazis’ Terezín (Theresienstadt) […]

PostClassical Ensemble misses the mark in bizarre Mahler melange – Apr 21, 2022

The PostClassical Ensemble attempted another heavy lift for its latest program, […]

May 19 – Apr 20, 2022

Classical Movements Vijay Venkatesh, pianist Music by C. Schumann, Brahms, Chopin […]

Sandbox Percussion brings back live (and loud) music to Dumbarton Oaks – Apr 11, 2022

As the world tries to move past the Covid pandemic, more […]

Roomful of Teeth serves up a rewarding sampler of contemporary vocal music  – Apr 10, 2022

Candlelight Concert Society has finally returned to its main venue at […]

Chiarina Chamber Players whets appetite with food-themed Carlos Simon premiere – Apr 09, 2022

Lamentation and laughter, strangely, often go together in times of tragedy. […]

Barton closes Vocal Arts season with a powerful Heggie-centered program – Apr 07, 2022

Vocal Arts Jamie Barton closed out the Vocal Arts DC season […]


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