Showing posts from February, 2019

CONCERT REVIEW | Bach & Mozart | Philharmonia Orchestra/Chamayou & Herreweghe | Royal Festival Hall, London | "Objective time succumbs to the recognition of a musical journey, and one experiences a heavenly length of awe and admiration"

INTERVIEW | Jakub Hrůša | "enabling audiences to view spheres far beyond the obvious or customary is one of our tasks"

INTERVIEW | Philippe Herreweghe | "with art, you can focus on profound and essential questions"

CONCERT REVIEW | Schumann, Beethoven, Bartok, & Mendelssohn | London Symphony Orchestra/Anderszewski & Gardiner | Barbican, London | "the brass and timpani propelled the intensely melodic narrative of the first movement"

INTERVIEW | Daniel Müller-Schott | "music can have that power to help you embrace things you don’t know"