Archive for May, 2022

Pianist Cann delivers enthusiastic tribute to Hazel Scott for Washington Performing Arts – May 26, 2022

Last year pianist Michelle Cann became the first African-American appointed to […]

Choral Arts presents unwieldy yet powerful “African American Requiem” – May 24, 2022

Classical music institutions have been seeking to make their performances more […]

June 27 – May 24, 2022

Ludovico Einaudi, pianist Music by Einaudi 8 p.m. Kennedy Center Concert […]

Erin Morley soars in Washington Concert Opera’s superb “Lakmé” – May 23, 2022

If Washingtonians hear an operatic rarity, like Lakmé by Léo Delibes, […]

Marsh makes his mark with Washington Bach Consort in “St. Matthew Passion” – May 22, 2022

The St. Matthew Passion is the zenith in the oeuvre of […]

The Thirteen premieres a haunting, heartening fable with “Outer Edge of Youth” – May 14, 2022

Two boys, on the cusp of maturity, play in a forest. […]

Maryland Lyric Opera’s fine cast ends season with sinister “Don Carlo” – May 14, 2022

Feeling cynical about the intersection of religion and politics for some […]

Wu Han and friends conclude Wolf Trap season with jazz-inspired program – May 09, 2022

In the 1920s American jazz began to cross-fertilize with other styles […]

Christian Reif brings enthusiasm and some haste to Baltimore Symphony program – May 06, 2022

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is in the market for a new […]

Apollo Orchestra returns from lockdown with solemn and joyful music – May 02, 2022

Over two years after the first coronavirus lockdowns, the last few […]


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