There is enough space in cathedrals for faith and education, knowing and ignorance, doing and not doing. Most of all, there’s time, and forgiveness.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra, along with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, led by James Burton, gripped the abrupt temporal and textural shifts with ready but spontaneous vigor. The result was a stunning ascent to radiant triumph.
Conductor Andris Nelsons delivered a deft balance of dramatic elements with the BSO on their Oct. 27 concert, which featured Mahler's “Resurrection" symphony.
Wild in metatextuality, Haruki Murakami’s “Killing Commendatore” deftly combines numerous nested narratives into a singular pendulum.
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