Little-known opera a spectacular season opener at Lisner. Published October 28 2010
17-year old YCA violinist dazzles in challenging, eclectic Kennedy Center recital. Published October 24 2010
Weekend celebration launches showy new D.C. landmark. Eat your heart out, Hollywood! Published October 23 2010
New kids on the block, New York quartet redefines chamber music at GMU. Published October 23 2010
Reborn opera company launches new season with rare comic delight Published October 21 2010
The show goes on despite a busload of missing musicians Published October 20 2010
Eschenbach, National Symphony Orchestra bring out composer’s quirky side Published October 17 2010
Excellent Mahler 2nd also notable for soloists Magdalena Wór and Iwona Sobotka. Published October 16 2010
Aurora Opera, Virginia Opera, “Brooklyn Rider” onstage this weekend Published October 15 2010
Superb singing by Voigt and Sumegi overcomes low-budget production. Published October 9 2010
French conductor also to helm Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra. Published October 5 2010
Magnificent choral 9th Symphony paired with modernist work in rousing season opener. Published October 4 2010
Now writing on investing, politics, music, and theater for the Washington Times Communities, Terry was the longtime music and culture critic for the Washington Times (1994-2009).Read More
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