Changes: Seasons: a concert Sunday night at the National Gallery explores "the intersection of music, architecture, technology, and art."
Links to my Mariinsky review and obituary of David Soyer in today's Washington Post.
A link to Robert Battey's review of Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos and Ingrid Fliter at the NSO.
Joe Banno reviews the Fessenden Ensemble in a concert conceived for Samuel Barber's centennial.
A link to Peter Marks's article on the assembly of the Mariinsky's massive production of "War and Peace" at the Kennedy Center.
Some recent opera premieres of note, by Kaija Saariaho, Zhou Long, Aribert Reimann, and Peter Eötvös.
The Kennedy Center announces the 2010-11 season -- Christoph Eschenbach's first with the National Symphony Orchestra.
Of improvisation and other inroads on our idea of classical music tradition: shaking things up doesn't have to involve new repertory.
Robert Battey reviews the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio's performance of the two Schubert trios.
A link to my review of the inaugural concert of the National Master Chorale.
A link to Philip Kennicott's review of the recital by the pianist Rafal Blechacz.
Two ways of looking at the Mariinsky: a link to my review of "Eugene Onegin," and Joe Banno's review of "Boris Godunov," both at the Kennedy Center.