No other concerts I’ve heard this summer can come close to the thrill I experienced hearing the Borromeo Quartet.
The journey of Anders Zorn, from Swedish hamlet to the top echelon of society portraitists and back again, has a couple of messages for us. The first leg of the journey tells us that careerism is not a new phenomenon in the art world. The second tells us what it may be worth in the end.
February feels like the ‘New November’: concerts of real interest during the weekdays and too many great concerts during the weekends.
The Anonymous 4 went through their medieval and early Renaissance paces, vibrato-less but historically informed and performed.
A gorgeous documentary examines the 1990 heist of priceless art from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. By Betsy Sherman It must be hard to decide at what point to undertake a documentary about an ongoing investigation. What if events conspire to make the film you’ve shot seem half-baked, or even irrelevant? Rebecca Dreyfus’ “Stolen,” about […]