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Review: ‘Russians in Paris’ at the Russian Chamber Art Society

The French and the Russians evoke very different images in the American mind, but they have one thing in common: an affinity for each...

Review: ‘Tender Tears and Love and Life: Songs by Anton Rubinstein,...

In a concert that rang the rafters and tugged at the heartstrings, the Russian Chamber Art Society bade a thrilling farewell to its longtime...

Review: Pianist Steven Osborne Plays Rachmaninoff at the Phillips Collection

Given a choice between the intellectual and the emotional, most concert-goers, in their heart of hearts, will want to hear something that moves them....

From Beethoven to Rachmaninoff to Billy Joel: An Interview with Superstar...

If you believe that a good way to judge music is on whether it sounds good and moves you, then you have a friend...

The Russian Chamber Art Society Hosts Its 10th Anniversary Concert at...

Mainstream classical music commentary in Washington often complains about an over-reliance on the symphonies and concertos of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff for the programming at...

Pianist Olga Kern and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore

Russian pianist Olga Kern is something of a cult figure because of her landmark victory in the 2001 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in...

The Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival: A Gem in UVA Country

Summer music festivals in both the pop and classical music worlds can come with a lot of flash and dash. But not to be...

Pianist Thomas Pandolfi’s ‘One Singular Night’ at the Todd Performing Arts...

Standing alone on the stage of the Eastern Shore home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, pianist Thomas Pandolfi joked that no orchestra was magically...

An Interview With Washington, DC Piano Sensation Thomas Pandolfi About Classical...

If Thomas Pandolfi hasn’t done all that a pianist can do to present an exceptionally broad range of music to an engaged public, he...

Dramatic Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto Opens the McLean Orchestra Concert Season

A number of orchestras and ensembles in the Washington suburbs are looking to graduate from pure local or community status to regional recognition. There’s...

Andrea Rost, Soprano: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Independent Hungary Gala...

Soprano Andrea Rost, whose career began in European opera houses, must have felt at home in the Warner’s lavishly appointed, gilded and crystal-chandeliered  art...

Hungarian Opera Star Andrea Rost Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the...

Andrea Rost performs Tomorrow Night, May 29th at 5:30 PM at the Warner for the Hungarian American Coalition gala celebrating the 25th anniversary of...

The National Chamber Ensemble at The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage by...

The National Chamber Ensemble made its debut at the Kennedy Center on Thursday, September 26, 2013 with a wonderful and well-performed concert that delighted a...

‘NSO@Wolf Trap 1812 Orchestra and More!’ by Jessica Vaughan

On a perfect summer evening, the National Symphony Orchestra took on two Russians – Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff – during their popular NSO@Wolf Trap Summer...

National Chamber Ensemble presents ‘The Three B’s: Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms’...

I really like the National Chamber Ensemble, the adventuresome and enjoyable programs they present, and the talented and friendly musicians who make up this...

‘Inside the Music’: An Interview with National Chamber Ensemble Artistic Director...

One of the things I love the most about living in the Washington, D.C. area is that the music never ends, nor does the...

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