Archive for April, 2017

Lost concerto’s revival marks the end of a long quest for Houston Symphony cellist – Apr 11, 2017

 In January 1935, cellist Gregor Piatigorsky and Arturo Toscanini offered the […]

Bach Society Houston brings “St. John Passion” to vivid life – Apr 10, 2017

J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, spanning three hours and marshaling a […]

Prokofiev’s “Cinderella” provides the highlights with Fort Worth Symphony – Apr 08, 2017

Russian violin soloist Alexandra Soumm won an enthusiastic ovation Fridaynight at […]

Ehnes provides stellar advocacy for Kernis concerto with Dallas Symphony – Apr 07, 2017

Aaron Jay Kernis’s Violin Concerto, still hot off the press after […]

Critic’s Choice – Apr 05, 2017

American composer Aaron Jay Kernis is known for the engaging, eclectic […]

Houston Symphony lets freedom ring with Beethoven’s “Fidelio” – Apr 01, 2017

A semi-staged version of the opera Fidelio completed the Beethoven cycle […]