Under the direction of Daniele Gatti, the orchestra felt at home in the music but not without taking some risks.
Author Archives: By JAMES R. OESTREICH
The Piano Studio of the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, in a program called “The Unknown Diabelli Variations,” strayed far from the beaten path.
The program included works composed by Osvaldo Golijov, Dmitri Yanov-Yanovsky and others.
The festival, celebrating its 40th anniversary, presented three world premieres, but also delved into traditional music from Korea and China.
The maestro Riccardo Muti brought the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to Carnegie Hall for three concerts, a master class and a side trip to Bellevue Hospital.
In the series “The Schubert Effect,” Shai Wosner pairs that composer’s works with contemporary ones.