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Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance in the United States

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VailSt. Lawrence String Quartet

Haydn, Beach, Brahms
St Lawrence String Quartet; Geoff Nuttall; Owen Dalby; Lesley Robertson

LenoxMiloš

Bach, Granados, Albéniz, Villa-Lobos, Lennon/McCartney, Harrison, Duplessy
Miloš Karadaglić, Guitarra

Santa FeCosì fan tutteNew production

Mozart: Così fan tutte
Harry Bicket; RB Schlather; Santa Fe Opera; Paul DePoo; Terese Wadden; Amanda Majeski; Emily D'Angelo

Teton VillageLos Angeles Guitar Quartet

Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, Guitarra

VailVan Zweden's Return: Beethoven Eroica

Shostakovich, Beethoven
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden
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De la oscuridad a la luz y regreso

El estreno de Iolanta y El castillo de Barbazul, retrasado a causa de la nieve, abrió con un poderoso canto y una escena muy efectiva. Los roles principales en Iolanta destacaron por una interprtación muy bella, mientras que en El castillo de Barbazul sobresalió la ejecución de la orquesta del Met.

Glimmerglass resurrects The Ghosts of Versailles

Yelena Dyachek (Marie Antoinette) and Jonathan Bryan (Beaumarchais) © Karli Cadel | The Glimmerglass Festival
Musically and dramatically, Jay Lesenger's production makes a strong case for John Corigliano's sole opera.

Brahms unleashed in South Pasadena

Paul Watkins © Nina Large

After tumbling deliriously to the end, if they had played one of Brahms' Hungarian Dances as an encore, they would have had them the audience dancing in the aisles.

Summers@Severance opens with lush Mahler and Beethoven

Franz Welser-Möst © Michael Pöhn
Welser-Möst led The Cleveland Orchestra in Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen along with his own transcription for string orchestra of Beethoven’s Op.132 quartet.

Mark Morris' pedestrian world premiere opens Mostly Mozart Festival

Empire Garden © Gene Schiavone
It's possible to have nothing but admiration for Mark Morris as a choreographer, yet his actual dances I often find pedestrian with a limited vocabulary. The works are interesting to see once, to see what he can do with classical music that has no obvious dance rhythms, but I rarely want to see them again.
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