The (short) wait is over.
Posts Tagged ‘Christoph Eschenbach’
Lang Lang's panache was in full-force at the Kennedy Center last night.
If Donald Runnicles is in the running to direct the NSO, last night's performance was an impressive audition.
This violinist once sued a guy who broke his bow and demanded an audience not clap for him. Anyway, how'd he play?
A regal Spanish violinist plays French composers' interpretations of Spain
Here's who should replace him.
Like Michael Bay, who gave us the Transformers and Bad Boys franchises, Tchaikovsky was considered a hack in his day.
There are some bizarre elements in the piece, which supposedly illustrate an opium hallucination and a Satanic orgy.
A star flutist is all well and good, but how many people would show up for two Stravinsky programs in a row?
The Kennedy Center announced it will extend the contract of National Symphony Orchestra director Christoph Eschenbach through 2017, the Washington Post’s Anne Midgette reported Monday.
Is this a surprise? No. NSO directors tend to stick around for a while: Antal Doráti had the shortest tenure, of just seven years in the '70s; Mstislav Rostropovich, his successor, [...]