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

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New York CityThe Magic Flute

Mozart: Flûte Enchantée, La (Die Zauberflöte)
Louis Langrée; Barrie Kosky; Komische Oper Berlin; Esther Bialas; Julien Behr; Aaron Blake

VailHadelich Plays Britten

Britten, Rachmaninov
New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden; Augustin Hadelich

ClevelandRomero plays Rodrigo

Rodrigo, Debussy
The Cleveland Orchestra; Pablo Heras-Casado; Pepe Romero

LenoxUnderscore Friday Concert

Jolas, Saint-Saëns, Debussy, Ravel
Boston Symphony Orchestra; Andris Nelsons; Gautier Capuçon

SeattleMozart, Schulhoff, and Mendelssohn

© Ken Dundas Photography
Mozart, Schulhoff, Mendelssohn
Jun Iwasaki; Yegor Dyachkov; Jeewon Park; Yura Lee
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Intriguing Voyage Out anchored by 19th-century delights in Seattle

James Ehnes © Benjamin Ealovega
Seattle's 2019 Chamber Music Summer Festival premiered Sebastian Currier's Voyage Out, which uses the piano quintet to reimagine the metaphor of musical journeys, on a program framed by passionate 19th-century chamber compositions.

Brahms Festival in South Pasadena ends with a lullaby

New Hollywood String Quartet © Sam Muller
After the Sextet there they played a tender, bittersweet arrangement of Brahms' Lullaby created the day before that sent the audience home looking forward to Franz Schubert in 2020.

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.
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