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American Symphony Orchestra Performs U.S. Premiere Of Sergei Taneyev's AT THE READING Photo American Symphony Orchestra Performs U.S. Premiere Of Sergei Taneyev's AT THE READING OF A PSALM at Carnegie Hall
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 6, 2022

The American Symphony Orchestra completes its 60th anniversary season on Friday, July 15, 2022 at 8 PM. The program, part of the Orchestra’s Vanguard Series and presented in a special collaboration with the Bard Music Festival, is conducted by Music Director Leon Botstein and features the U.S. premiere of Sergei Taneyev’s final work, At the Reading of a Psalm.

BWW Review: Stravinsky's RAKE Progresses Briefly at the Met Photo BWW Review: Stravinsky's RAKE Progresses Briefly at the Met
by Richard Sasanow - Jun 6, 2022

While I was watching the Met’s current beautiful yet somehow languid production of the Igor Stravinsky and WH Auden/Chester Kallman opera THE RAKE’S PROGRESS the other night--with only two more performances until it goes back into mothballs for probably many years--I couldn’t help wishing that the opera house was more like Broadway.

American Symphony Orchestra Performs U.S. Premiere of Sergei Taneyev's at THE READING Photo American Symphony Orchestra Performs U.S. Premiere of Sergei Taneyev's at THE READING OF A PSALM
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 4, 2022

The American Symphony Orchestra celebrates its return to Carnegie Hall and its 60th anniversary season in 2021-22 on Friday, January 28, 2022 at 8 PM. The program, part of the Orchestra’s Vanguard Series conducted by Music Director Leon Botstein, features the U.S. premiere of Sergei Taneyev’s final work, At the Reading of a Psalm.

American Symphony Orchestra Announces 60th Anniversary Season Lineup Photo American Symphony Orchestra Announces 60th Anniversary Season Lineup
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 11, 2021

The American Symphony Orchestra celebrates its return to the stage and its 60th anniversary season in 2021-22 with four full-orchestra programs at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall, and a free opening concert titled Mahler in New York at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on December 16. The opening program focuses on composers whom Mahler had championed during his years in New York.

BWW Review: The Met's Short Version of BORIS is Good-Enough for Me Photo BWW Review: The Met's Short Version of BORIS is Good-Enough for Me
by Richard Sasanow - Sep 30, 2021

The Lady or the Tiger? In this case, both are Mussorgsky’s BORIS GODUNOV—just different versions of it. Which is the preferred one? (Or, more properly, “the preferred one of several,” including one that the composer’s friend, Rimsky Korsakov, fiddled with after his death.) The Met chose Mussorgsky's original, and shorter, version for its revival of the composer's most famous opera this season.

Paola Prestini and Beth Morrison To Co-Direct 21c Liederabend, Op. Worldwide Photo Paola Prestini and Beth Morrison To Co-Direct 21c Liederabend, Op. Worldwide
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 16, 2021

The popular idea of a 'Liederabend' – an evening of song – goes back to Schubertiads and the flowering of German Romantic poetry and song in the 1800s. These musical salons provided the artists and ruling-class intelligentsia of their day opportunity to co-mingle ideas, music, and personal passions.

Renée Fleming, Paola Prestini, Du Yun & More to be Featured in CONTEMPLATIONS FROM N Photo Renée Fleming, Paola Prestini, Du Yun & More to be Featured in CONTEMPLATIONS FROM NATIONAL SAWDUST
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2021

Now, in celebration of the organization's belated five year anniversary, National Sawdust and The WNET Group's ALL ARTS present Contemplations from National Sawdust, a six-episode retrospective presenting an overview of National Sawdust's impressive past, ambitious present and hopeful future.

21c LIEDERABEND, op. WORLDWIDE Will Stream From National Sawdust Next Month Photo 21c LIEDERABEND, op. WORLDWIDE Will Stream From National Sawdust Next Month
by Stephi Wild - May 20, 2021

The popular idea of a 'Liederabend' – an evening of song – goes back to Schubertiads and the flowering of German Romantic poetry and song in the 1800s. These musical salons provided the artists and ruling-class intelligentsia of their day opportunity to co-mingle ideas, music, and personal passions.

HERE Announces Winter/Spring 2021 In-Person and Online Programming Photo HERE Announces Winter/Spring 2021 In-Person and Online Programming
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 11, 2021

The OBIE-winning HERE has announced programming for its HERE There Everywhere winter and spring 2021 season. The season launches with the ninth annual PROTOTYPE: Opera | Theatre | Now (January 8–16), the premier global festival of opera-theatre and music-theatre which has been completely re-envisioned in light of the COVID-19 crisis.

BWW Review: ALICE IN THE PANDEMIC at White Snake Projects Photo BWW Review: ALICE IN THE PANDEMIC at White Snake Projects
by Andrew Child - Oct 25, 2020

When performance spaces were shuttered, many companies shuttered their imaginations in solidarity with the rows of seats, choosing to hibernate until they could return to live, in-person events and allowing both to collect dust in the meantime.