Music

Johannes Ockeghem: The Golden Age of European Polyphony

Boston Baroque Dazzles in Bach’ Mass in B Minor 

Patrick Fayad A Gifted Pianist from the Mediterranean Eastern Shores

Violinist Daniela Cammarano, Cellist Luca Magariello and Pianist Fausto Di Benedetto Virtuosic Schubert’s Performance

The Exuberant “Epiphany: the Cycle of Life” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

Julien Libeer: Julien Libeer: Music in Dialogue and Constant Flux!

Xavier de Maistre’s Harp Scintillates with a Touch of Elegance

Simon Ghraichy Luminous Debut at Carnegie Hall

The Tallis Scholars’ Compelling Polyphony

Julia Fischer’s Prowess at Symphony Hall in Boston

Bienvenue Mr. Eric Le Sage

John Chowning: Frequency-Modulation Computer Sound Synthesis Music

Ghada Ghanem: A Disappointing Bel Canto Performance with the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra

Marcel Khalife and Sons: A Remixed Repertory

AZIZA: The new Face of Arabic Pop Music

Magic Malik Mezzadri Enchanting Music

Matteo El-Khodr, The Compelling Countertenor

Matteo El-Khodr the Lebanese Silver Voice Countertenor in a Sonorous Feast…

Three Unforgettable Evenings with Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint Marc in Lebanon

Conductor Joanna Medawar Nachef Captures the Magic of G.F. Handel’s Messiah

The Astonishing Musical Silence of Minimalist Anouar Brahem

Boston Baroque Shines in Handel’s Messiah

Daniil Trifonov at the Boston Symphony Orchestra

The Takács Quartet and Marc-André Hamelin

Mozart Jupiter Symphony

Dutoit and BSO: An Exacting, Masterful Performance

Jordi Savall at the Boston Early Music Festival

Opening Night at Symphony Hall September 20, 2012

Claude Debussy: The Sonic Visionary
150th Anniversary

Blue Heron: Intertwining Sacred & Secular Love

Boston Philharmonic Plays Mahler’s 7th Symphony in E Minor

Christoph von Dohnányi Conducts Brahms

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