In all, Chorus pro Musica’s production was witty and diverting, timely in spots and smart throughout
The Lost Songs of St. Kilda is a disc that’s simple but profound, beautiful and enduring.
The BSO’s Americana concert could only provide four beautiful snapshots of a very complicated landscape.
Much more work could be done fertilizing the fields of cross-cultural music, sowing seeds collected from the great touchstones of American culture – innovation, integration, risk, reward.
What I’ve learned from three years of research and listening is that the piano concerto is an ideal vehicle with which individual composers can experiment
This first group of mavericks all have their roots in the 1920s, but they demonstrate that George Gershwin’s way wasn’t the only way.
There are still some places where the genius of George Gershwin is underappreciated, and regrettably, they include most of the concert halls in his home country.
What “George Gershwin Alone” provides is a light, pleasant evening of familiar music, with playwright, pianist, and actor Hershey Felder performing excerpts from a dozen or so of Gershwin’s best-known works.
An alternative to the New York Times’ review of “Porgy and Bess” at the Tanglewood Festival.