Joan Reinthaler reviews the Apollo Ensemble's program of Jewish Baroque music at the Kennedy Center.
My review of Repin and Vedernikov at the NSO, in advance of its appearing in the paper.
Thoughts on the White House's celebration of classical music.
Charles T. Downey reviews Susanna Phillips, the soprano, trying out the program she'll offer later this month at Alice Tully Hall.
NPR's project about 50 great voices spurs thoughts of a top-ten list of greatest voices in opera.
Leonard Slatkin, the NSO's former music director, is recovering from a heart attack he suffered on Sunday while conducting in Rotterdam.
The founder of Classical Archives presents a new symphony honoring the Fermi Space Telescope. Maybe music is better without the science.
A link to my review of Guy Livingston's performance of one-minute piano works at the Library of Congress.
Robert Battey and Joan Reinthaler review two short operas by André Previn and Michael Nyman, presented courtesy of Boston University's InCite Festival.