In Performance: Home Openers
In today's Washington Post:
The National Symphony Orchestra opens its season with a colorful but lackluster performance, by Anne Midgette.
A recital by Cedric Tiberghien, the French pianist, opens the Washington Performing Arts Center season, by Joe Banno.
And a reprise of Joe Banno's review (also posted on this blog earlier) of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Time for Three.
Ionarts.com had a different take on the Time for Three/BSO performance.
The Washington Times, however, loved it.
Any other takes, on the BSO or any other concerts this weekend, whether or not they were reviewed in the Washington Post? Now that the season is starting again, I hope that people will continue to post their own views and opinions about concerts they've seen and heard.
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