The three gems sound quite modern more than 100 years after they were written.
Is it anachronistic to seek out Renaissance music in this age of cybernetics?
PLAYING AND PRESERVING (Astral Artists, Play on Philly, Partners for Sacred Spaces): Beautiful music at St. Mary’s, Hamilton Village
Free family-friendly classical music
Hugh Jackman is gunning to be the greatest showman.
Stephanie Blythe as Blythely Oratonio performing at LATE NIGHT SNACKS
The music in the Exuberance Music space is fashioned to set the bar for the finest taste in design and sound. The home entertainment in this urban designed living room…
A dilettante at large Toby Zinman reviews Candide by Leonard Bernstein.
The Master and the Magician: Fred Hersch and Cécile McLorin Salvant open the McCarter’s Second Jazz in June Festival
She pleases, she teases, and she appeases.
Theater critic extraordinaire Toby Zinman continues her forays into other art forms with a visit to Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theatre to see two one-act operas presented by the Curtis Opera Theatre
RENEWAL (Choral Arts Philadelphia): Matt Glandorf looks to Bach’s predecessors for the final Bach@7 concert of the season
Stay with us; for it is toward evening and the day is spent.
Toby Zinman feels the Japanese rhythms of KODO drum troupe.