InterAct Theatre Company and Iron Age Theatre co-produced Howard Zinn's 'Marx in Soho.' Robert Zaller wonders what brought him back from the literal and figurative dead.
Thanks to the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, the Escher Quartet made its debut in Philadelphia. Robert Zaller reviews.
The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society presents the Emerson Quartet, in fine form as always, bringing with them a few rarities. Robert Zaller reviews.
Robert Zaller dives into the intriguing stories behind Prokofiev's Piano Concerto No. 2 and Shostakovich's Symphony No. 4, both performed this week by the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Thanks to the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, the Belcea String Quartet brings Schubert and Shostakovich's sadness and fury to life. Robert Zaller reviews.
Sir Simon Rattle returns to conduct the Philadelphia Orchestra as the orchestra itself returns after its strike. Robert Zaller reviews.
The Philadelphia Orchestra performs two great, unfinished works. Robert Zaller wonders whether or not they are actually complete.
The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society's season ended with both the rare and the familiar, including visits from the Aizuri Quartet and Ignat Solzhenitsyn.
Yannick Nézet-Séguin ended the Orchestra’s subscription concert season with performances of Rachmaninoff and Mahler. Now, what about his tenure as Music Director?
In Colombian filmmaker Ciro Guerra's third film, colonized and colonizers meet in the pre-WWII Amazon. An indigenous tribe battles for its survival.