Douglas Pew and Dara Weinberg’s opera about an autistic adult is a win for American Opera Initiative.
Beloved composer’s works get the immersion treatment, with plenty of concerts to satisfy devotees.
Conductor Ivan Fischer rejects U.S. orchestras, yet his Budapest Festival Orchestra does what they want to.
Wolfgang Rihm’s second piano concerto proved graceful in its U.S. premiere with Barto and Eschenbach.
Two major DC organizations team up to resurrect New York’s late lamented “Spring for Music” festival, in the nation’s capital, under a new name, “Shift.”
Composer-pianist Timo Andres offers Schubert, Glass and himself as points on a timeline in Phillips recital.
The NSO plays in a dance club - and gets the outreach concept right.
German composer Wolfgang Rihm explores his lyrical side in concerto for Eschenbach, Barto and the NSO.
The lighter, sparer Ninth on which the conductor ambitiously embarked didn’t convince me — at first.
“Mozart in the Jungle”: When it comes to classical music, the entertainment world can’t shake cliches.