Classically Speaking Archive

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Madison Opera Demonstrates Exactly What Great Opera Is All About

Madison Opera Demonstrates Exactly What Great Opera Is All About

John DeMain and A. Scott Parry wring every ounce of melodrama out of Tosca—and the singers nail it, too

November 2013
Too Much to Be Thankful For—Already!

Too Much to Be Thankful For—Already!

The concert schedule reaches flood stage in November: here are three you shouldn’t miss

October 2013
University Opera Uses 'Ariodante' to Teach the Students—and the Audience

University Opera Uses 'Ariodante' to Teach the Students—and the Audience

William Farlow begins his farewell season in the usual style, by fulfilling the group’s mission statement

October 2013
Madison Symphony Program Suggests a “New Normal”

Madison Symphony Program Suggests a “New Normal”

DeMain and his band give us a little bit of everything—including more improvement

October 2013
Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra Opens Their Season with a Major Statement

Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra Opens Their Season with a Major Statement

Stimulating programming still a constant, Andrew Sewell leads his group to the next level

October 2013
The Lights Are Still On for Pro Arte Party

The Lights Are Still On for Pro Arte Party

The celebrations for the Pro Arte Quartet’s unprecedented centennial continue at Wisconsin Public Television—but wait, there’s more

October 2013
Demonstrating What All the Fuss Is About

Demonstrating What All the Fuss Is About

Kicking off his 20th season with the Madison Symphony, DeMain showcases his orchestra

September 2013
UW Music Brings Homecoming a Little Early

UW Music Brings Homecoming a Little Early

Baritone Nathaniel Stampley and pianist Jamie Schmidt deliver a warm and relaxed program to Mills Hall

September 2013
By All “Rites,” Another Triumph at Farley’s House of Pianos

By All “Rites,” Another Triumph at Farley’s House of Pianos

Pianists Varshavski and Shapiro celebrate a Stravinsky centennial—and the other stuff is pretty amazing, too

September 2013
Completing Some Unfinished Business at the Token Creek Chamber Music Festival

Completing Some Unfinished Business at the Token Creek Chamber Music Festival

At home with the Harbisons, Mozart gets some blanks filled in, and we get a world premiere

September 2013

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