A roundup of reviews from the Washington Post:
Charles T. Downey found the National Philharmonic’s all-Tchaikovsky program wanting. Also, the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players brought the very model of a predictable HMS Pinafore to Wolf Trap.
Cecelia Porter heard the Cantate Chamber Singers in a program of 20t-century American works.
On Thursday, Joe Banno heard the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra play Osvaldo Golijov’s latest work, co-commissioned by a consortium of 35 orchestras, plus Brahms’s first piano concerto.
Anne Midgette came to the Washington Post in 2008, when she consolidated her various cultural interests under the single title of chief classical music critic. She blogs at The Classical Beat.