Friday’s concert by Alarm Will Sound at Zankel Hall was presented in an explainer format, but the show’s best moments needed little setup.
Category Archives: Carnegie Hall
Mr. Trifonov and Sergei Babayan achieved a firepower that is rare among piano duos in a program of Schumann, Mozart and Rachmaninoff.
“Cycles of My Being,” written for the tenor Lawrence Brownlee by Tyshawn Sorey and Terrance Hayes, grapples with hope and hate.
Under Riccardo Muti, the orchestra made no huge statements, no overarching themes, during its performances in New York.
The veteran baritone Matthias Goerne and the young pianist Daniil Trifonov were an odd couple who created an eccentric yet utterly winning recital.
The rapper releases his soundtrack to the Marvel movie; the painter’s bold colors are on view in Manhattan.
Stephen Hough’s program at Carnegie Hall seemed a curious way of honoring the 100th anniversary of a composer’s death. But his playing proved his point.
The National Gallery embraces isolated artists, and Carnegie Hall marks Claude Debussy’s death.
Touring the world, singing Gainsbourg songs backed by a full orchestra, this singer, actress, model and muse is getting ready to play Carnegie Hall on Thursday.
The hall’s 2018-19 season will give its composer in residence position to Mr. Thile, the mandolin virtuoso, in a break with tradition.