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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Brooklyn, NY, Estados Unidos

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Hildegard von Bingen, resonant and unhurried in Green-Wood Cemetery

Singer Daisy Press performs a set of songs by the German abbess and composer, accompanying herself on a range of tuned bowls, harmonium, chimes and gong. 

Mediations on the beautiful and the mortal in a Brooklyn cemetery

Aaron Siegel’s suite of songs, delivered by the unearthly American countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, are short, elegant and uncluttered, bringing the vocal works of Ives and Messiaen, or even Purcell, to mind.

Experiments in Opera returns with a strange story of resurrection

Soprano Gelsey Bell instilled a very human spirit into the role of the troubled widow. The decidedly formal Jeffrey Gavett was well cast as the dead man. Their duets rang with perfection. 

A satisfying “Pocket” Beethoven in a Brooklyn cemetery

Death of Classical’s presentation of Gil Shaham and The Knights playing a “Pocket Edition” of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto at Green-Wood Cemetery strove for a festive feel, and did admirably at fulfilling that promise

Faye Driscoll: Play

Faye Driscoll's Thank You For Coming: Play is the second in a series of three works that ask the audience to imagine a different kind of participation than they are used to.

Ben Munisteri: Antimony 51 / Petrichor

In a première and a work from last year, choreographer Ben Munisteri demonstates his mastery of symmetry, unexpected juxtaposition and ensemble dynamics.