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Concert Review: Don't Damn Me

Jaap van Zweden leads Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem. by Paul J. Pelkonen Matthias Goerne (left) emotes as Jaap van Zweden (on podium) leads the New York Philharmonic.Photo by... Read more

Concert Review: Totalitarian Eclipse Heart Paperblog Pick in Theatre & Opera

Concert Review: A Totalitarian Eclipse of the Heart

Jakob Hrůša leads the Cleveland Orchestra behind the Iron Curtain. by Paul J. Pelkonen Conductor Jakob Hrůša in action.Photo by Andreas Herszau from the artist'... Read more

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    The 20 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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    The 18 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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    The 15 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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    The 13 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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    The 11 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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    The 10 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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    Jaap van Zweden leads Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem. by Paul J. Pelkonen Matthias Goerne (left) emotes as Jaap van Zweden (on podium) leads the New York... Read more

    The 09 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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    The 08 February 2019 by   Superconductor
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