An advance look at a profile of the conductor Antony Walker, running in Monday's Washington Post.
A link to Nelson Pressley's review of the NSO's Sondheim tribute.
Joe Banno reviews WNO's young artists in their own mainstage performance of "Nozze di Figaro."
Robert Battey reviews the Crash Ensemble, a contemporary music group from Ireland.
Google is aware of Tchaikovsky's birthday. Somehow that was unexpected.
Extra: the winners of #operaplot, announced.
Joe Banno reviews Anthony Dean Griffey at the Vocal Arts Society.
A link to Charles T. Downey's review of Zuill Bailey's Kennedy Center performance in today's Washington Post, and Mark J. Estren's exclusive Web-only review of Bailey's recent CD of the Bach solo suites.
Lorin Maazel is taking the Castleton Festival Opera to Cal Performances at Berkeley next year: rapid growth for a two-year-old festival.
RIP, Giulietta Simionato.
Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer create an anomaly with their new "Moby-Dick": a new opera that actually works.
Robert Battey reviews the sold-out Washington debut of Cliburn winner Nobuyuki Tsujii, blind from birth.
Tom Huizenga reviews the JACK Quartet at the Library of Congress.
Joan Reinthaler reviews the Great Noise Ensemble in their season-ending concert of new work, including a world premiere by D. J. Sparr.
Joe Banno reviews the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Marin Alsop in a program that included a world premiere by Jonathan Leshnoff and Stravinsky's violin concerto with Gil Shaham.