A moral virtuoso.
Bringing Jewish music back from the ashes of Kristallnacht.
A musical analogue to the story of Joseph?
The St. Petersburg of the East.
An inventive reading of Chronicles.
A mystical oratorio.
“I’ve little doubt about the Boss’s power as a galvanizing spiritual personality.”
Amernet at the Kennedy Center.
An operatic experience like no other.
Ernest Drucker was forced to halt a Brahms concerto. His son picked it back up.
Most orchestral music composed since 1950, writes Oliver Rudland, pales in comparison with that of the previous 100 years. Even popular music, after its mid-century. . .