John Corigliano

Classical Music Album Review: John Corigliano’s Piano Music

July 28, 2023
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An album that does admirable justice to one of the most prolific, significant, and increasingly long-lived composers of a remarkable generation.

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Classical Music Album Review: John Corigliano’s “To Music”

August 14, 2022
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A serving of the essence of the music of John Corigliano: a blend of old and new, radical and traditional that has made him such a singular force in American music over the last fifty-plus years.

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Concert Review: Boston Modern Orchestra Project plays John Corigliano

February 24, 2019
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John Corigliano’s take on goodbyes is, if not exactly bitter, then full of sorrow: few happy memories to be had here.

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Classical CD Review: John Corigliano’s “The Ghosts of Versailles” (Pentatone)

May 17, 2016
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Ghosts seems to be trying to be all things to all listeners — edgy, nostalgic, farcical, adventuresome.

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Classical Music Review: Ursula Oppens

April 3, 2010
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Reviewed By Caldwell Titcomb The noted pianist Ursula Oppens is no stranger to the standard repertory, but she has for decades been an ardent champion of new music for her instrument. Indeed, she has commissioned and premiered works by 15 or 20 composers. In Harvard’s Blodgett Distinguished Artists Series, she gave an April 1 recital…

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