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Concert-Cabaret Review: ‘Tehorah’ Featuring Adrienne Haan (NYC, Oct. 29, 2015)

Adrienne Haan

A German chanteuse and German pianist teamed with an Israeli string quartet at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall presenting songs from multiple cultures to celebrate the 50th anniversary of German-Israeli diplomatic relations. Read More »

GetClassical Aims for New Audiences with Intimate Classical Music and Crossover Concerts

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As long as people like Ilona Oltuski are "on the job," I'm also betting on an indefinitely extended delay in the "decline" of classical music. Read More »

Concert Review: New York Choral Society and Mannes Orchestra at Carnegie Hall with the Young People’s Chorus of NYC (April 8, 2015)

David Hayes conducts the New York Choral Society. Photo courtesy of the New York Choral Society

Conductor David Hayes paired memorial works by Paul Hindemith (WWII) and John Adams (9-11) in a revelatory concert. Read More »

Concert Review: Pianist Alain Lefèvre and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Carnegie Hall, 12/10/2013

Pianist Alain Lefèvre. Photo © Caroline Bergeron

The Canadian pianist champions the music of André Mathieu, a child-prodigy Québécois composer who was until recently mostly forgotten. Read More »

Concert Review: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra with Brad Mehldau at Carnegie Hall, October 9, 2013


The jazz pianist and composer holds his own amidst Beethoven and Brahms with an inspiring concert piece. Read More »

Sid Bernstein Dies at 95: Instrumental in Putting Mania and Beatles Together

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It is no stretch to say that until Bernstein actually started promoting Beatles, people on this side of the pond thought that Beatles were just bugs. Read More »

Concert Review: Lola Astanova at Carnegie Hall, NYC, 1/19/2012


The flashy young virtuoso makes a deep impression in her vivid tribute to Vladimir Horowitz on his very own Steinway. Read More »

Music Review: James Moody – Moody 4B

"Jazz is a spiritual music, and anything that's spiritual can't go along with what the devil does, OK?" - James Moody Read More »

Book Review: Devil’s Trill by Gerald Elias

Devil’s Trill is the first book in what is sure to become an interesting new series for mystery and music lovers. Read More »

Carnegie Hall and Shanghai Tang Celebrate Chinese Pianist Lang Lang

The “Ancient Paths - Modern Voices” festival gives New Yorkers an unprecedented opportunity to familiarize themselves with Chinese culture. Read More »