National Gallery of Art’s 66th American Music Festival offers first-rate performers, composers.
Kennedy Center’s “Iberian Suite” festival comes off as an infomercial but with a few memorable moments.
Tonu Kaljuste and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir celebrate Part, Sibelius, and Tormis.
In the wake of the Kennedy Center’s 2015-16 season announcement, a few thoughts on the music programming in general, and WNO’s fine season in particular
Soprano Marjorie Owens shines in “Guntram,” but Strauss’s first opera is unlikely to be back.
Wolf Trap announces its 2015 season, including opera and classical offerings; also, a brief look at the Castleton Festival schedule for the same period.
Emanuel Ax joins Swedish conductor in concert of two “Thirds”: piano concerto and symphony.
Nearly three-week festival features Picasso ceramics, flamenco dancing, three Pablos and more.
Its conductor and its Arvo Part repertory help fuel the choral group’s appeal.
America’s reigning soprano brings concert pianist, art songs and operatic glamour to a happy KenCen crowd.