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.