The group got bogged down in the first half but recovered by the end of the performance.
A film on the pianist Seymour Bernstein is beautifully introspective, but with no answers to stage fright.
Christoph Eschenbach leads the NSO in a modernist Mahler Ninth Symphony.
Critic’s Notebook: If you’re staging “The Flying Dutchman,” it doesn’t matter if you know how to spin.
The National Portrait Gallery shows how Elaine De Kooning struggled to to reconcile representation and art.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announces star-studded centennial season
From religious motets to flamenco, high-level Kennedy Center program explores Spain’s melting pot.
Even the JACK Quartet couldn’t quite animate an evening of extremely serious music.
The NSO presents a brilliant pianist who is underappreciated despite his popularity.
Eric Owens delivers the goods in his role debut as Wagner’s cursed captain; Libor makes notable Senta