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May 1   -  

Review: A Vivid Vision of Muffat at Juilliard415

The attractive program was strenuously conducted from a harpsichord by the Danish early-music specialist Lars Ulrik Mortensen.

May 1   -  

Review: For This Spin on ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ Someday Her Princess Will Come

In “Sleeping Beauty & the Beast” — from the troupe Ballez at the La MaMa Moves! Festival — Tchaikovsky’s ballet meets gender politics in two eras.

May 1   -  

Review: Premieres, a Tribute and an Anniversary at Carnegie Hall

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra honored the conductor Robert Shaw with a concert on his centennial, and the Utah Symphony celebrated its 75th season.

April 29   -  

Review: In ‘Anna Akhmatova,’ a Magical Interlude Reconjured

This music and theater piece at BAM Fisher evokes the historic 1945 night on which the poet Akhmatova stayed up discussing literature and life with Isaiah Berlin.

April 29   -  

Eve Queler Revisits Opera Orchestra as Guest Conductor

The founder of the orchestra returns to conduct Donizetti in a week studded with Italian and French operas.

April 28   -  

Classical Music Listings for April 29-May 5

April 28   -  

MetLiveArts Series Features Podcaster as Artist in Residence

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announces a season with Nate DiMeo of “The Memory Palace” and PubliQuartet as quartet in residence for 2016-17.

April 28   -  

Review: New York Philharmonic Presents a World Premiere

Franck Krawczyk’s “Après” pays homage to Bach, Mozart and Beethoven in a textured 18-minute work.

April 28   -  

Review: Emanuel Ax Weathers Beethoven’s Emotional Storms at Carnegie Hall

The pianist performed two popular sonatas — the “Pathétique” and the “Appassionata” — as well as three lesser-known works at Carnegie Hall.

April 28   -  

Players Are Wanted for Ben Johnston’s Works. Some Sacrifice Is Required.

The composer’s Quarter No. 7 is considered the most difficult string quartet written.
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