Notre politique de confidentialité a été mise à jour pour la dernière fois le vendredi 31 janvier 2020Voir iciIgnorer
pbl
Se connecter
Bachtrack logo
Agenda
Critiques
Articles
Vidéo
Site
Jeunes artistes
Voyage
AgendaCritiquesArticlesVidéo

Artiste: Jennifer Zetlan

Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

New York Philharmonic’s Das Rheingold

Alan Gilbert reaches a pinnacle at the end of his tenure at the New York Philarmonic.

An immersive Saariaho portrait by the New York Phil

Clarinetist Kari Kriikku sauntered through the aisles of both the orchestra and audience, spinning around in two complete 360s and surely dousing the flabbergasted listeners in the floor seating with saliva.

The Classical Style at Carnegie Hall

The opera, directed by Mary Birnbaum, rotates through a cast of characters including Tonic, Dominant, and Subdominant as well as a be-wigged Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven.

Education, levitation, and mountain bears in collected stories: “(post)folk”

The U.S. première of Richard Ayres’s No. 42 In the Alps was musically delightful, visually whimsical, and all-around hilarious.

The Met: Two Boys

32-year-old Nico Muhly recently tweeted “I'm obsessed with people asking why I must write such ‘atonal music.

Götterdämmerung at Seattle Opera is the perfect end to an extraordinary Ring

Wagner famously idealized the concept of the “Gesamtkunstwerk”, a total work of art that incorporates many artistic media into a single piece. He would have appreciated Seattle Opera’s production of Götterdämmerung.