Nico Muhly’s writing in Stranger is of a type of post-Minimalism: often pulsing (or undulating) and rhythmically driven, though anything but harmonically simplistic.
Concert Review: Musicians from Marlboro Shine at the Gardner Museum
Tenor Nicholas Phan’s performance will surely be among the finest I’ll hear in the year to come.
Opera Review: A Delightful “Magic Flute” from Boston Baroque
Boston Baroque staged a very enjoyable and entertaining performance of Mozart’s much-loved opera.
Music Review: An Exhilarating Performance of “Candide” at Tanglewood
It occurred to me that, given the variety of the Metropolitan Opera’s current problems, maybe General Manager Peter Gelb should consider putting this best of all possible Candides on his menu.
Fuse Concert Review: Tenor Nicholas Phan and Pianist Myra Huang — A Dream Team
Tenor Nicholas Phan and pianist Myra Huang are a superb duo, and the pair’s recital was easily one of the highlights of this year’s concert season.