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Great Voices on Film begins with director Christof Loy’s Salzburg Festival production of the late oratorio Theodora.
Excerpts from Adrian Noble’s daring 2010 production of Alcina are screened alongside archival footage of great Handel interpreters.
“A true artist and intellectual whose music feeds both your brain and your heart.” —Newsweek on Joshua Bell
The Italian soprano visits Berlioz, Debussy, and Duparc before arriving at Poulenc’s emotionally wrought monologue.
The celebrated violist interprets Prokofiev’s star-crossed ballet Romeo and Juliet.
The London Symphony Orchestra is joined by sensational pianist Yuja Wang for Gershwin’s “New York Concerto” before evoking Sibelius’s austere Scandinavian landscape and the wild seas of Britten’s Aldeburgh.
The peerless Takács Quartet’s second spring visit to Alice Tully Hall includes a performance of Dvořák’s ever-popular Piano Quintet featuring pianist Joyce Yang.
A duo recital combines the grace of Schubert with Bach’s emotionally complex Violin Sonata.
This tribute to the life and music of Kurt Weill features Lou Reed, Teresa Stratas, Elvis Costello, Betty Carter, PJ Harvey, William S. Burroughs, Charlie Haden, The Persuasions, and others.
In a screening of a provocative 2010 production, we revisit an incontestably great work: The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny.
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