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New York CityJ’Nai Bridges & Catalyst String QuartetWorld premiere

López Bellido
J'Nai Bridges; Catalyst Quartet

New York CityBrentano String Quartet

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Haydn, Bartók, Mendelssohn
Brentano String Quartet

New York CityHélène Grimaud, Piano

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Silvestrov, Debussy, Satie, Chopin, Schumann
Hélène Grimaud, Piano

St LouisHandel: Messiah

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Handel: Messiah
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra; Laurence Cummings; Amanda Forsythe; Key'mon Murrah; John Matthew Myers; Jonathon Adams

HoustonThe Nutcracker

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Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
Stanton Welch; Houston Ballet
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A shimmering Firebird from Søndergård and The Cleveland Orchestra

Thomas Søndergård make his Cleveland debut with the unabridged 1910 version of Stravinsky's score, while Britten’s Violin Concerto opened with an excellent Stefan Jackiw.
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Sterling Hyltin enchants in NYCB's Nutcracker... One last time

When she retires next week, part of me likes to think she’s not really retiring. She’s just decided to stay in the Land of Sweets.
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Stéphane Denève leads the New York Phil through a landscape of dreams

A thoughtfully designed and coherent program of French music at David Geffen Hall, is played with mostly exquisite results.

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Star-studded gloom in Kevin Puts' The Hours at the Met

Is it possible to have a minor success on every level? Kevin Puts' The Hours underwhelms in its world premiere production at the Metropolitan Opera. 
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Hannu Lintu makes a brilliant debut with the New York Philharmonic

The Finnish conductor paired works by compatriots Jean Sibelius and Kaija Saariaho with interesting, offbeat selections from Stravinsky and Bartók.
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