ReviewMay 18th, 2015 by William Barnewitz
MSO does Beethoven, Ravel, and contemporary composer Vivian Fung, music from three different eras, and it all sparkles.
ClassicalMay 14th, 2015 by Claire Nowak
Bel Canto’s Modern American Masters concert mixes modern pop, classical and other short, fun works.
ReviewMay 14th, 2015 by Joey Grihalva
Memories of Bob Dylan and how the legend performed at the Riverside last night.
ClassicalMay 13th, 2015 by Michael Barndt
Frank Almond and a crack crew of guest artists take on a bizarre, brilliant chamber work by Chausson.
ReviewMay 13th, 2015 by William Barnewitz
The Philomusica String Quartet was on top of its game playing two great works.
ReviewMay 11th, 2015 by William Barnewitz
Florentine charms with ‘Elixir of Love’
ClassicalMay 7th, 2015 by Michael Barndt
Philomusica Quartet's Monday concert continues their traversal of Beethoven's quartets, along with a Brahms piano quintet.
ClassicalMay 6th, 2015 by Claire Nowak
Florentine production of The Elixir of Love is staged in California wine country and even features a specially-made wine.
ClassicalMay 6th, 2015 by Michael Barndt
Early Music Now presents a special concert of four Romantic-era works featuring the clarinet, performed by three top musicians.