Symphony Hall at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center was elegantly rowdy on Saturday night, and the mysterious “Q” was in the first violin section. For two hours the energy and intrigue of James Bond filled the room — 50 years of music and seductive espionage.
for the News Tribune, 05/06/2013
Maybe it was barometric, maybe it was the beautiful acoustic shell, maybe it was the combination of of Mueller, Berlioz and Brahms, but Saturday night at the symphony was one powerful, resonant, coherent experience.
for the News Tribune, 04/22/2013
Gatto is dead; the gun is still hot. Better leave the gun, but grab the sack of cannolis, we’ll want them later with our coffee.
for the News Tribune, 03/11/2013
Listeners at the St. Scholastica Mitchell Auditorium on Tuesday night for the third Matinee Musicale presentation of this 113th season witnessed what I would call an absolutely ideal chamber music program.
for the News Tribune, 03/06/2013
The Arrowhead Chorale offered back-to-back compositions based on the church liturgical text known as requiem.
for the News Tribune, 03/02/2013