Over 10 years, this open-minded music festival in Knoxville, Tenn., has never spelled out its aesthetic guidelines, and by now it doesn’t have to.
The tireless champion of overlooked works led a concert performance of Martinu’s “Julietta” with the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
A new Verdi role for the soprano, a David Lang premiere, and a Tosca debut at the Met were among the highlights.
Matthias Goerne performs a distinctively American John Adams piece to end his adventurous artist-in-residence series with the New York Philharmonic.
His production of Janacek’s “Diary of One Who Disappeared,” little performed even in concert, comes to the Brooklyn Academy of Music on April 4.
Mr. Adès yet again proved his musical prowess in two Carnegie Hall appearances as a pianist, composer and conductor. And his latest concerto sizzles.
The festival will feature a globally popular production of “The Magic Flute,” a new Mark Morris dance and a musical adaptation of a Langston Hughes poem.
An unexpected tenor at the Met, a slew of reviews and a two-piano spectacle were among the highlights.
Manfred Honeck led a Mozart program that dealt in themes of death and transcendence with an unusual version of the composer’s unfinished final work.