An Experimental Music Scene Grows in Gowanus

April 3, 2019 0

On the second floor of a stately brick building across the street from the Gowanus Canal, an electrical wire dangled over a dusty desk on a recent Monday afternoon, and the sounds of light construction […]

A Brünnhilde Is Born: The Week in Classical Music

March 29, 2019 0

[Read all of our classical music coverage here.] Hojotoho, and happy Friday! This week, the soprano Christine Georke brought her much-hyped Brünnhilde to the Metropolitan Opera for the opening of Wagner’s “Die Walküre,” my favorite […]

Netrebko Conquers: The Week in Classical Music

March 23, 2019 0

[Read all of our classical music coverage here.] Apologies, readers! You may notice that this week’s compendium has been put together and published on Saturday morning, rather than the usual Friday afternoon. Blame the unreliable […]