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Yesterday   -  

3 Performances by Sumi Jo, Korean Soprano, Canceled in China

The unexplained cancellations have heightened suspicions that South Korean classical musicians are the latest casualties of political tensions with Beijing.

January 22   -  

Review: Bruckner, Then a Cultural Call to Arms, at Carnegie Hall

With words, symphonies and Mozart concertos, Daniel Barenboim invoked community.

January 20   -  

The Focus! Festival’s Shamanic Sounds and Crazy Tone Clusters

A word with the conductor Joel Sachs, who explains the Latin American theme of this year’s event.

January 20   -  

Gidon Kremer: A Violinist on a Mission, or Several of Them

The Latvian virtuoso continues to focus on honing his chamber orchestra, unearthing neglected composers and seeking personal inspiration.

January 19   -  

Classical Music in NYC This Week

Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.

January 19   -  

100 Years of New York Philharmonic Milestones, by the Earful

The orchestra, which cut its first record on Jan. 20, 1917, has made more than 2,000 recordings. A boxed set of 65 CDs from Sony Classical celebrates the centennial.

January 18   -  

New Works Reveal Reed Instruments’ Unexpected Dimensions

These instruments will stretch beyond their vocal qualities when the Atlantic Reed Consort plays at Weill Recital Hall, and the Rushes Ensemble Comes to National Sawdust.

January 13   -  

Review: Strangers and Familiar Friends of Classical Music

Two concerts, two extremes: Stephanie Chase and Sara Davis Buechner offered pieces seldom heard; the New York Philharmonic trod beloved but well-worn paths.

January 13   -  

Review: The First Concert at the New Elbphilharmonie in Germany

After years of delays, the hall in Hamburg opens with a concert spanning 400 years of classical music history.

January 13   -  

A Long Party of Concerts to Celebrate Anton Bruckner

The conductor Daniel Barenboim prepares a cycle of Bruckner’s symphonies for Carnegie Hall.
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