Archive for September, 2022

Akutagawa pairs familiar and obscure in Teutonic-themed Capriccio recital – Sep 30, 2022

Capriccio Baroque, an early music niche within the larger niche of […]

W(h)ither opera at the Kennedy Center? – Sep 27, 2022

Has the Kennedy Center forgotten about opera in its Opera House? […]

Opera Philadelphia excavates a fascinating rarity with Rossini’s tri-tenor “Otello” – Sep 24, 2022

Opera Philadelphia’s “Festival O22” continued Friday night with a revival of […]

Maryland Lyric Opera opens season with mixed “Macbeth” and new conductor – Sep 24, 2022

Maryland Lyric Opera presented an exceptionally fine stretch of three operas […]

October 4 – Sep 23, 2022

Washington Bach Consort Dana Marsh, conductor Gregory Hooker, organist Bach: Toccata […]

Opera Philadelphia makes a strong case for Hosokawa’s haunting “The Raven” – Sep 22, 2022

Opera Philadelphia opened its “Festival 022” Wednesday night with a production […]

Bach Consort considers old and new perspectives in diverting season opener – Sep 19, 2022

Washington Bach Consort opened its new season with a worthy program […]

Apollo Orchestra opens season with worthy Ravel and Tchaikovsky – Sep 19, 2022

The Apollo Orchestra’s Sunday afternoon concert at the Church of the Little […]

Critic’s Choice 2022-23 – Sep 13, 2022

David T. Little’s Black Lodge. Opera Philadelphia. October 1 Just a […]

The Knights mark Candlelight milestone with absorbing Kreutzer program – Sep 12, 2022

Candlelight Concert Society opened its 50th anniversary season Sunday afternoon at […]


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