A link to my article on the latest cutbacks for the musicians of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Links to my reviews of the San Francisco Symphony (on Wednesday) and the National Symphony Orchestra (on Thursday).
It's true: Lorin Maazel is indeed going back to Munich as chief conductor of the Munich Philharmonic.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra sends the WNO young artists out to sing in a grocery store for a YouTube marketing experiment -- giving rise to thoughts about classical music out of context.
Mark J. Estren reviews Leonard Slatkin's first CD with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announces its 2010-11 season.
Charles T. Downey reviews Till Fellner's latest Beethoven sonata recital at the Austrian Embassy.
Thoughts on presenting music in museums: a way to play with the traditional concert format.
Robert Battey reviews the 25th "Schubert, Schubert and Schubert" festival at Georgetown, with the Auryn Quartet.
Charles T. Downey reviews the Washington Bach Consort in a Bach birthday concert.
News from the German world: Wolfgang Wagner dies; the Vienna Philharmonic gives tenure to its female concertmaster.
Joan Reinthaler reviews Xuefei Yang in her Washington debut on the Marlowe Guitar Series.
Joan Reinthaler reviews the Antares ensemble, one of the current crop of crack contemporary groups, at the Barns at Wolf Trap.