It was worth the wait to see and hear Noseda conduct the NSO in Casella’s Third Symphony

United StatesUnited States Respighi, Tchaikovsky, Casella: Julian Rachlin (violin), National Symphony Orchestra / Gianandrea Noseda (conductor). Kennedy Center, Washington, 27.10.2022. (RRR)

Gianandrea Noseda conducts Julian Rachlin (violin) and the NSO © Jati Lindsay

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‘Music and the Mind’: Renée Fleming’s scholarly quasi-recital for Cal Performances at Home

United StatesUnited States ‘Music and the Mind’: Renée Fleming (soprano), Robert Ainsley (piano), Ehud Isacoff (neuroscience). Recorded at the Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC., 16.3.2021, for Cal Performances at Home. First streamed on 29.4.2021 and available to 28.7.2021. (HS)

Renee Fleming and Ehud Isacoff

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A prize-winning concert from The King’s Singers and Cathedra

United StatesUnited States The King’s Singers New Music Prize Concert: The King’s Singers, St. Giles, Cripplegate, London; Cathedra / Michael McCarthy (conductor), Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC. Streamed on 28.3.2021 and available on the Cathedral’s YouTube channel. (RP)

Cathedra at the Washington National Cathedral

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In the second Met Stars concert, Renée Fleming gives voice to comfort and hope from Washington

United StatesUnited States Met Stars Live in Concert [2] – Renée Fleming (soprano) and Robert Ainsley (piano): Live stream (directed by Gary Halvorson) from Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC, 1.8.2020. (RP)

Renée Fleming at Dumbarton Oaks

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Zambello’s La traviata Shows it Sometimes Pays to Stick Around After the Interval

United StatesUnited States Verdi, La traviata: Soloists, Washington National Opera Chorus, Dancers, and Orchestra / Renato Palumbo (conductor), Washington National Opera, The Kennedy Center, Washington, DC. 9.10.2018. (RRR)

Venera Gimadieva (Violetta) & Joshua Guerrero (Alfredo) in WNO’s La traviata
(c) Scott Suchman

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