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Classical Music Reviews Archive

May 24, 1999
No Love Lost

Whatever relationship Alfred Brendel has to the music he plays, passion has never seemed part of it. The effect can be positively chilling.

May 24, 1999
Pierre Boulez and the Cleveland Orchestra
May 17, 1999
Strings Attached

As their divergent new recordings attest, the winners of this year's Avery Fisher Prize are gifted violinists with strong ideas behind the bows.

May 10, 1999
The Juilliard School and it's "Liaisons"
May 10, 1999
Look Back In Angst

Haunted by deathly imagery, "Requiem for a Young Poet," Bernd Alois Zimmerman's massive millennial downer, finally has its U.S. premiere.

May 3, 1999
Giulio Cesare
May 3, 1999
Family Business

City Opera revives "Intermezzo," Richard Strauss's witty, intimate self-portrait, featuring a brilliant performance from soprano Lauren Flanigan.

April 19, 1999
Witch Hunt

With echoes resonating back to HUAC and Salem, Carlisle Floyd's popular southern gothic 'Susannah' finally arrives at the Met -- 44 years after its debut.

April 12, 1999
The Emerson String Quartet
April 12, 1999
Respect Your Elgar

The National Symphony Orchestra keeps shaking up the repertory, offering New York premieres by Corigliano, Bolcom, and -- better late than never -- Elgar.

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