Seldom heard works by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos are performed in New York.
After Sandy, a major program in minor keys from the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center at Alice Tully Hall.
Two exceptional productions of the Opéra National de Paris , Mozart's Nozze di Figaro at the Bastille and Strauss's Capriccio at Palais Garnier.
The Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Vladimir Spivakov and Jean Guihen Queyras celebrate Tchaikovsky in style.
The opening night of the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center, with orchestra conducted by Louis Langrée, and soloists Nelson Freire, piano, and Lawrence Brownlee, tenor, in an all Mozart program.
A concert at the Boston Symphony's Summer home, Tanglewood, with the BSO conducted by Asher Fisch, playing an all Wagner program.
András Schiff and the Salzburg Marionettes in a Debussy and Schumann program intended to delight the younger set.
Two days after his riveting master class, Fleisher demonstrates his huge talent in a concert with Gilbert Kalish and members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
A superb master class with Leon Fleisher at the Rose Studio of Juilliard, during which the great musician showed us once again how talent, perceptiveness, sensitivity and enormous respect for the ideas and interpretations of others can be enriching to all.
How do you get to Carnegie Hall? By sounding like the Mariinsky Orchestra under Gergiev and playing like Yo Yo Ma.
Carnival ambience at Lincoln Center - Brazilian music and musicians in a classical and not so classical repertoire.
The venerable and magnificent Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson trio in a not so venerable repertoire and with a little help from a pop star make for a mixed performance.
An extraordinary occasion - a concert at the Vatican with an unusual pair in the audience - Pope Benedict XVI and Sophia Loren!
The grande dame of the piano showing off her immense talent and her eye and ear for promising successors.
Brahms and Debussy in splendid renditions by long admired Nelson Freire and great revelation Alan Gilbert.