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For Holocaust Rembrance Day

Written on:April 11, 2018
For Holocaust Rembrance Day

Recalling Pete Seeger’s Controversial Performance on the Smothers Brothers Show 50 Years Ago

Written on:April 4, 2018
Recalling Pete Seeger’s Controversial Performance on the Smothers Brothers Show 50 Years Ago

“A world without nations”—On the death of German jazz guitarist Coco Schumann

Written on:March 3, 2018
“A world without nations”—On the death of German jazz guitarist Coco Schumann

Bill Frisell: A Portrait—an intimate documentary about a unique guitarist

Written on:February 23, 2018
Bill Frisell: A Portrait—an intimate documentary about a unique guitarist

Dover Quartet recital offers unusual program, including works by “forgotten composers” Viktor Ullmann and Szymon Laks

Written on:December 18, 2017
Dover Quartet recital offers unusual program, including works by “forgotten composers” Viktor Ullmann and Szymon Laks

Dmitri Hvorostovsky (1962-2017), one of opera’s greatest baritones

Written on:December 13, 2017
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (1962-2017), one of opera’s greatest baritones

A Yiddish Liederabend – An Evening of Yiddish Song at YIVO

Written on:December 8, 2017
A Yiddish Liederabend – An Evening of Yiddish Song at YIVO

Turmoil of the Heart: Lyricism and Drama in Music by Schubert and Brahms at CJH

Written on:December 6, 2017
Turmoil of the Heart: Lyricism and Drama in Music by Schubert and Brahms at CJH

Jim Hall: December 4, 1930 to December 10, 2013

Written on:December 4, 2017
Jim Hall: December 4, 1930 to December 10, 2013

A Surrealist Satire by Luis Buñuel Becomes a Grim Opera

Written on:November 7, 2017
A Surrealist Satire by Luis Buñuel Becomes a Grim Opera