Wilkins’ organic NSO program serves up a stimulating mix of old and new – May 16, 2024

Thomas Wilkins returned to the podium of the National Symphony Orchestra […]

Morley scales the heights in impressive finale to Vocal Arts season – May 14, 2024

Erin Morley made quite an impression in her debut with Washington […]

Candlelight closes season with Imani Winds and a new name for a new era – May 13, 2024

Candlelight Concert Society concluded its 51st season Sunday afternoon at its […]

WNO makes a compelling case for its new ending of Puccini’s “Turandot” – May 12, 2024

Giacomo Puccini died in 1924 before completing his final opera, Turandot, and people […]

German conductor Bihlmaier at her best with Berlioz in NSO debut – May 09, 2024

The chance to hear a conductor new to Washington take the […]

Opera Lafayette unearths another charming find in Mouret opéra-ballet – May 04, 2024

The opéra-ballet is a quintessentially French genre, most popular in the […]

Honeck brings fervent Bruckner and limpid Beethoven to latest NSO stand – May 02, 2024

Ever since Manfred Honeck last conducted the National Symphony Orchestra, in […]

Rattle returns to Washington with Bavarian RSO in richly varied program – May 01, 2024

The Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra has entered a new era this […]

Hamelin shares ghostly tales and technical wizardry at Library of Congress – Apr 27, 2024

Every few years, for a couple of decades now, Marc-André Hamelin […]

Andsnes and Dover Quartet close Fortas season in dramatic fashion – Apr 24, 2024

The Dover Quartet has had an unsettled couple of years, since […]



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