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December 5th, 2013
by: The Editor
UNC Symphony Orchestra Concert Tuesday, Apr 23 7:30p University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: [...]
- A Singer’s Notes 82: Ondine and King LearMuch credit must be given to Theatre Company of Hubbard Hall's John Hadden for putting up an "Ondine" that was not an exercise in nostalgia. There was also an excellent kind of sharp energy in the Ondine of Autumn Hausthor. This was not a passive immortal, but a quirky, even annoying, young creature. Her performance flavored the whole producti […]Keith Kibler
- Glimmerglass 2013: A RetrospectiveWhen I interviewed Francesca Zambello in 2011 she had just been named General and Artistic Director of the Glimmerglass Festival. Under her predecessor’s tenure, each opera season had a unifying “theme.” Ms. Zambello quickly swore off such yearly festival themes as trite convention. Yet, in 2012, as reported in this journal, one clearly felt the bristling […]Seth Lachterman
- Philip Setzer, Wu Han, And David Finckel at South Mountain Concerts, with a Summer 2013 Retrospective of Chamber Music in the BerkshiresOver the past months chamber music lovers have found a few important changes in their universe, above all the retirement of the Tokyo String Quartet and David Finckel's departure from the Emerson. Both of these developments made themselves felt in the summer festivals. The Tokyo played their farewell concert at Yale's Norfolk Chamber Music Festival […]Michael Miller
- Mark Morris’s Staging of Britten’s Curlew River and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas at TanglewoodTanglewood produced many of the summer's memorable outings, but with pieces which somehow seem easier for a big Symphony to bring across to a big audience in the summer and in the country; music, like every other living thing in New England, can be highly seasonal and very much of its own place and niche. Many of the programs drew from the theater — bal […]Andrew Miller