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Fall 2016 Opera Preview: Here's What You Shouldn't Miss

ZEALnyc | Posted 09.22.2016 | Arts
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Mark McLaren, ZEALnyc Editor in Chief, September 9, 2016 If you follow opera like I follow opera, you'll know that last season was an exciting one in...

Journeys

Tony Woodcock | Posted 10.15.2016 | Arts
Tony Woodcock

Many of the great composers who were also great performers were well known for championing the works of others. Mendelssohn, as conductor, was essential in restoring the nearly forgotten legacy of J.S. Bach. Similarly, he re-introduced Schubert who had all but disappeared to audiences in the mid-19th century.

I Am Not a Cheese: Schubert's Winter Journey: Anatomy of an Obsession by Ian Bostridge

Glen Roven | Posted 07.03.2016 | Home
Glen Roven

Winter Journey is one of the great feasts of the musical calendar: an austere one, but one almost guaranteed to touch the ineffable as well as the heart. After the last song, "The Hurdy-Gurdy Man," the silence is palpable, the sort of silence that otherwise only a Bach Passion can summon up.

Britten's River Deep, Mountain High

Glen Roven | Posted 01.03.2015 | Arts
Glen Roven

Curlew River is officially called A Parable for Church Performance, and this production, brought over from London with its original cast and complete orchestra is, according to the on-line program, the U.S. World Premiere; I can't imagine a more perfect production.

UCLA Plays Host to Schubert and Ravel Extravaganzas

Donna Perlmutter | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles
Donna Perlmutter

A sole singer and his piano accompanist were quite enough, on the bare stage at UCLA's Royce Hall, to create an epic drama in desolation, a 70-minute journey through the icy gloom of heartbreak.