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Artiste: Kelley O'Connor

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MilwaukeeDurufle Requiem

Boulanger, Messiaen, Canteloube, Duruflé
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra; Ken-David Masur; Kelley O'Connor; Milwaukee Symphony Chorus

LondresUnclassified Live: Bryce Dessner, Julia Holter & Aïsha Devi

© Tammy Nguyen
Dessner, Holter, Devi
BBC Concert Orchestra; André de Ridder; Kelley O'Connor; Julia Holter; Aïsha Devi
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Robert Spano conducts Ravel in Atlanta

Kelley O'Connor, Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony perform Shéhérazade © Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Robert Spano and Kelley O'Connor produce a gossamer Shéhérazade in Atlanta.

The NY Phil remembers women's suffrage with new commissions

Kelley O'Connor © Steven Pisano for Bachtrack
The concert paired strong new works by Joan La Barbara, Nicole Lizée and Paola Prestini with compositions by Luciano Berio and George Crumb for a satisfying evening of adventurous works for voice.

Stéphane Dèneve begins his farewell to Philadelphia

Stéphane Denève © Henry Fair
The Philadelphia Orchestra's principal guest conductor offered a typically diverse program of Stravinsky, Peter Lieberson and Lera Auerbach.

Impassioned Atlanta Mahler 8 strives to achieve balance

Robert Spano © Angela Morriss
Spano marshaled the vast forces with sensitive balance in many moments. But the difficulty of achieving a proper blend amidst the thick timbral texture prevented the performance from reaching transcendence.

A confused “Resurrection” at the Houston Symphony

Andres Orozco-Estrada © Werner Kmetitsch
In a failed mash-up, the Houston Symphony performed only the first movement (the three-minute “Prelude: Maestoso”) of Ives’ Fourth Symphony and continued attacca into the 80 minutes of Mahler's "Resurrection."

New York Philharmonic’s Das Rheingold

Eric Owens and the New York Philharmonic © Chris Lee
Alan Gilbert reaches a pinnacle at the end of his tenure at the New York Philarmonic.