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The Accidental Tourist
Book by John Weidman; music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed and designed by John DoylePerformances through June 18, 2017
The Golden Apple is the kind of musical Encores! was made for: an almost forgotten show that ran off-Broadway in 1954, then transferred to Broadway—the first musical ever to do so—only to close after a few months. Now, for all of us who’ve never seen or heard it in the ensuing 60-plus years, it’s back for a few performances.
The Golden AppleNew York City Center, 131 West 55th Street, New York, NYnycitycenter.orgPacific OverturesClassic Stage Company, 136 East 13th Street, New York, NYclassicstage.org
Kiju Yoshida—Love + Anarchism
Mahler Third Symphony—Budapest Festival Orchestra
It takes a village to perform Mahler’s monumental Third Symphony—if not as many as his Eighth (the aptly, and only slightly exaggeratedly, titled “Symphony of a Thousand”)—thanks to a large orchestra, two choirs, alto soloist and a conductor who can marshal all of those forces into a cohesive whole that plays some of Mahler’s most sublimely emotional music.
And that’s what conductor Ivan Fischer does with his Budapest Festival Orchestra, Cantemus Children’s Choir, Chorus of the Bayerischer Rundfunk and singer Gerhild Romberger, all of whom perform brilliantly in this magnificent 95-minute journey through one of Mahler’s most momentous compositions.
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