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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Boston, MA, États-Unis

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Winter balm in the Boston Symphony's “Spirit of Beethoven”

The Boston Symphony Orchestra © Aram Boghosian
Excellent camera work contributed to the transparency and clarity by visualizing the interplay between various instruments and sections in the reduced orchestra, especially the eloquent winds.

Ein Gedankenfetzenfliegen: Vivaldi mit der Handel and Haydn Society

Reginald Mobley und das H+H Orchestra © Handel and Haydn Orchestra
Kantate und Instrumentalkonzerte vermitteln in Zeiten kleinerer Besetzung das Gefühl von Oper – und das ziemlich groß. Eine gelungene Flucht.

No illusions: Andris Nelsons and BSO return as clear as crystal

Andris Nelsons © Aram Boghosian
As if they’d never been apart, Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra pick up where they left off a year ago, with a vibrant Eroica and two mesmerising contemporary pieces.

Boston Lyric Opera falls into strange intersections with Glass and Poe

The Usher twins, Madeline and Roderick © Operabox TV | Boston Lyric Opera

Director James Farrah and writer Raúl Santos' realization of Glass’ Fall of the House of Usher is a work of unbridled creativity, an engrossing film which might have benefited from a bridle. 

Cosmic coolness: Hannu Lintu and the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Hannu Lintu © Hilary Scott
Pastoral repose and granitic grandeur in an awe-inspiring performance of Sibelius' Second Symphony. 

Death and eternal rest from Guerrero and the Boston Symphony

Johannes Moser © Manfred Esser | Haenssler Classic
After Helen Grimes makes her Symphony Hall debut, Johannes Moser is the soloist in William Walton's Cello Concerto, before Maurice Duruflé's Requiem comes as welcome consolation.