The final concert of the annual program shines in Bartok but wavers in a too-forceful Beethoven.
After 31 years of marriage to star conductor Lorin Maazel, an actress-musician takes up his vision.
At the San Francisco Opera, David Gockley’s commitment to new work continues: unfortunately, the new “Two Women” is not one of the highlights of his stellar career.
In San Francisco, MTT illuminates Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis with a semi-staging and some daring incursions.
In her 30th year as head of the company, Kim Pensinger Witman is a quiet, warm force for talent discovery.
Changes on the DC choral scene: a Norman Scribner documentary; Dianne Peterson to leave Washington Chorus
Despite fine singing from tenor Lawrence Brownlee, the new Charlie Parker opera misses the mark.
Summer months bring soothing strains throughout our area.
In naming Deborah Rutter, a classical music administrator, the Kennedy Center may be sending a signal.