The beloved ballet, selections from which will be performed by the New York Philharmonic this week, left the composer broken.
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The Joffrey Ballet brings its “Romeo and Juliet” to New York this week. Our chief dance critic considers a multiplicity of stagings of the Prokofiev score.
The dynamic conductor Vladimir Jurowski brought attention to the teeming crosscurrents and disruptions that run through Mahler’s Fourth Symphony.
The pianist alternated the fifth and ninth piano sonatas with Prokofiev’s popular two violin sonatas on Saturday at Zankel Hall.
The Bavarian State Opera in Munich gave its first performance of this 1920s opera, which the composer never got to see performed.
The pianist began a series of sonata performances at Zankel Hall after a moment of silence honoring terrorist victims in Paris.