HGO premieres A Christmas Carol with music by Iain Bell and libretto by Simon Callow. It is the worst kind of bad–a boring bad. Read my review at Houstonia Magazine.
Houston Symphony presents a moving program of fateful works from Beethoven and Brahms to Mozart’s Requiem. Read my review at Bachtrack.
A vanilla production of Mozart’s very fine Cosi, except for one refreshing accident! Read my review at Houstonia Magazine.
I sat for five hours in the Rothko Chapel on Sunday listening to Morton Feldman’s rarely performed For Philip Guston–a performance that was out of this world. Read my review of Da Camera’s courageous undertaking at Houstonia Magazine.
My review of HGO’s remarkable Otello at Houstonia.
Houston Symphony Pops’ closing concert of its centennial season veers from Rocky to a “Conductor Think Cap”–read my review at Houstonia Mag.
A transcendental performance: read my review at Houstonia here.