The members of this trio seem to have preternatural access to each other’s musical thoughts.
Nothing sleepy about the playing in the Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax disc; New Hampshire’s Heather Gilligan is a composer to watch.
J.S. Bach has been subjected to every imaginable kind of transcription, but the combination of mandolin, bass, and cello is probably new.
After all these many decades I am still deeply moved by Yo-Yo Ma’s playing, which combines irresistible charisma and generosity of spirit.
If there is such a thing as world music, this is it.
This was was a truly memorable afternoon at Symphony Hall, filled with interesting programming decisions and exciting revelations.
Heralded cellist Yo-Yo Ma has played with several distinguished pianists over the years, but none (are) better than Kathryn Stott.
After several years of frustrating cancellations and artistic challenges, Tanglewood and the Boston Symphony Orchestra seemed to be saying that there’s still much to celebrate. And they were right.
Far from being a down month, June marks the start of New England’s summer classical music season.
October offers an embarrassment of musical riches. The Boston Symphony Orchestra, without a music director, is still putting on impressive programs, including several this month.