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  • Emanuel Ax's Brahms Project concludes climactically

    Emanuel Ax's Brahms Project concludes climactically
    A large audience turned up at Walt Disney Concert Hall Thursday night to hear Emanuel Ax perform Brahms' big Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. That is hardly surprising. Ax is a popular, amiable pianist. Brahms is a popular, amenable Romantic. And Gustavo Dudamel is back.
  • Chicago area classical music recommendations

    Chicago area classical music recommendations
    Emanuel Ax: The pianist concludes his Brahms Series with three works by Johannes Brahms and recent pieces of Missy Mazzoli and Brett Dean based on a Brahmsian theme. 3 p.m. Sunday, Symphony Center, 220 S. Michigan Ave.; $28-$92; 312-294-3000, cso.org...

    Review: Von Otter, Ax launch Brahms series on a high artistic note

     Review: Von Otter, Ax launch Brahms series on a high artistic note
    Given that the music of Johannes Brahms is so inescapably a part of every concert season in Chicago, an observer might wonder why Symphony Center would want to devote a special series to the German Romantic master. Pianist Emanuel Ax has just the answer,...

    Muti to salute Verdi and Schubert for upcoming Chicago Symphony Orchestra season

    Muti to salute Verdi and Schubert for upcoming Chicago Symphony Orchestra season
    With the Chicago Symphony Orchestra heading home later this week from its tour of the Far East, the CSO Association is wasting no time releasing the programs and artists to be presented during the fall season at Symphony Center. The orchestra's 2013-...

    Music review: John Adams' 'Absolute Jest' in San Francisco

     
    Mark Swed reviews the San Francisco Symphony premiere of John Adams' Beethoven-obsessed "Absolute Jest."