Wednesday, May 6, 2015

David Patrick Stearns

David Patrick Stearns is a classical music critic and columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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In a somewhat unconventional program, Yannick Nézet-Séguin led the Philadelphia Orchestra through the lighter side of Shostakovich - assuming there actually is one. Even when the composer seems to be kidding around, his music hints at something subversive, that the music means much more than it says, and what it says is always dangling out of reach. That's why you want to hear it again.
Phila. Orchestra announces 2015-2016 season
Orchestra season offers variety of works, maestros
Some ideas hide so clearly in plain sight that, once discovered, promise to become the norm. Catch Me if You Can, the musical about a real-life con man fleecing 1960s America with boundless charm, originally unfolded on Broadway in sort of a showbiz netherworld resembling a Las Vegas floor show as newly arrested Frank Abagnale recounts the adventures that are about to put him in prison.
Review: Powerful 'Sizwe Banzi' at McCarter Theater

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