Yuja Wang’s Bartók frustrates and exhilarates San Francisco by turns

22/06/2011

Bartók, Tchaikovsky: Yuja Wang (piano), San Francisco Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor), Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco. 18.6.2011 (HS) Read more

Ashkenazy and the National Symphony Orchestra in Walton and Shostakovich

18/06/2011

Walton, Shostakovich: National Symphony Orchestra, Steven Isserlis (cello) Vladimir Ashkenazy (conductor) Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Washington, 16.6.2011 (RRR) Read more

Celebrating Forty Years of the Da Capo Chamber Players

17/06/2011

Mamlok , Fitch, Tower, Tsontakis, Schoenberg: Lucy Shelton (soprano), Jeremiah Campbell (cello), Da Capo Chamber Players, Merkin Concert Hall, 2.6.2011 (BH) Read more

Jazz and the Australian Chamber Orchestra in San Francisco

16/06/2011

Schneider, Webern, Crumb, Bartók, Grieg: Dawn Upshaw (soprano), Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti (artistic director and lead violin), presented by Cal Performances, Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley, California, 14.6.2011 (HS) Read more

Rare Repertoire from a Pianist and Two Sisters on Violins

16/06/2011

Bartók, Prokofiev, Ligeti, Gao Ping, Isang Yun, Shostakovich, Martinů: Angela Chun (violin), Jennifer Chun (violin), Frederic Chiu (piano), Tenri Cultural Institute, New York City, 1.6.2011 (BH) Read more

A thrilling afternoon at Carnegie Hall

15/06/2011

Berg, Rachmaninoff, Glière, Ravel, Delibes, Massenet, R. Strauss : Natalie Dessay (soprano), Fabio Luisi (conductor), MET Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, New York City, 15.5.2011 (BH) Read more

New York’s Movado Hour concludes with Magnus Lindberg

15/06/2011

Lindberg, Columbi, Saariaho, Stucky, Neikrug, Tan Dun, Schulhoff : Magnus Lindberg (piano), Jennifer Koh (violin), Anssi Karttunen (cello), The Movado Hour, Baryshnikov Arts Center, Howard Gilman Performance Space, 10.5.2011 (BH) Read more

A Swan Swims Down the Danube – Lohengrin in Budapest

13/06/2011

‘Wagner in Budapest ‘ Opera Festival 2011 (1) Wagner, Lohengrin: Soloists, Honved Male Choir, Budapest Studio Choir, MR Choir, orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera. Conductor: Ádám Fischer. Béla Bartók Concert Hall, Palace of Arts, Budapest, 9.6.2011. (JPr) Read more

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