SHIFTing Gears, The National Symphony Orchestra Pays Tribute to Dmitri Hvorostovsky

United StatesUnited States SHIFT Festival – Stravinsky, Balakirev, Rachmaninoff: Madison Leonard (soprano), Rexford Tester (tenor), Andrew Bogard (bass), National Symphony Orchestra / Gianandrea Noseda (conductor), The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington DC, 14.4.2018. (RP)

Rexford Tester, Gianandrea Noseda & NSO
© Scott Suchman

Read more

SHIFT – To Change Place, Position, Direction or Surprise

United StatesUnited States SHIFT Festival – Lutosławski, Penderecki: Alisa Weilerstein (cello), Erin Wall (soprano), Renée Tatum (mezzo-soprano), Alyssa Martin (mezzo-soprano), Thomas Cooley (tenor), Liudas Mikalauskas (bass-baritone), Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, Indianapolis Children’s Choir, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra / Krzysztof Urbański (conductor), The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington D.C., 13.4.2018. (RP)

 The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at the 2018 SHIFT Festival © Tony Hitchcock
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at the 2018 SHIFT Festival
© Tony Hitchcock

Read more

Eschenbach Bids Washington Farewell with the Beethoven Ninth

United StatesUnited States Sheng, Beethoven: J’Nai Bridges (mezzo-soprano), Leah Crocetto (soprano), Soloman Howard (bass), Joseph Kaiser (tenor), Choral Arts Society of Washington/Scott Tucker (artistic director), National Symphony Orchestra / Christoph Eschenbach (conductor), Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Washington, DC. 16.6.2017. (RRR)

Read more

Two Choral Ensembles Combine for Old and New

United StatesUnited States Various composers: New York Polyphony, Geoffrey Williams (countertenor), Steven Caldicott Wilson (tenor), Christopher Dylan Herbert (baritone), Craig Phillips (bass), Cathedral Choral Society / Michael McCarthy (guest conductor), Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC. 19.3.2017. (DS)

Read more