The tireless champion of overlooked works led a concert performance of Martinu’s “Julietta” with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
Michelle Dorrance brings three distinct programs to City Center; Jackson and others are inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; and an artist gets a retrospective in D.C.
The 26-year-old musician, already a star in Europe, made an overdue New York recital debut at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall.
The star violinist devoted her encores to works by André Previn, once her husband and her artistic collaborator until his death on Feb. 28.
Carnegie Hall manages to present the vast sprawl of the classical field in the 21st century better than almost anywhere else.
Carnegie Hall’s Migrations Festival, a partnership with more than 75 organizations in New York, is presenting concerts, panels, walking tours and dance workshops.
Fresh from sharing a major award with Grandmaster Flash, the violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter returns to Carnegie Hall with Lambert Orkis nearly 30 years after her debut there.
Irish folk, Yiddish sounds and the blues will be featured. And more than 100 events by other organizations are being held in conjunction with the festival.
Matthew Polenzani included a rare performance of Janacek song cycle “The Diary of One Who Disappeared” in his recital on Sunday at Zankel Hall.