Larry Fuchsberg

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Classical music spotlight: Brahms' Serenade No. 1 at SPCO

Thursday-Sunday 1/26-29Concertgoers easily can go a decade or longer without encountering a performance of Brahms' fetching Serenade No. 1. This...

Updated: January 21, 2012, - 05:58 PM

Serkin channels genius of Brahms

Guest soloist Peter Serkin gave a masterful performance of the Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Minnesota Orchestra.

Updated: January 16, 2012, - 10:14 AM

Violin Concerto opens Brahms festival

REVIEW Guest soloist James Ehnes and the Minnesota Orchestra performed composer's only Violin Concerto.

Updated: January 12, 2012, - 08:13 PM

SPCO fare festive, a little flawed

There's a wide world of difference to be heard between the Haydn of Symphony No. 42 and the Haydn of the 1794 "Military" Symphony (No. 100).

Updated: December 19, 2011, - 07:44 AM

Small works bring big rewards

REVIEW: Chamber music shows a moving and intimate side to composer/conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski.

Updated: December 13, 2011, - 11:36 AM

Classical spotlight: Music of Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

Sunday 12/11Musician and mountaineer Stanislaw Skrowaczewski has scaled the Grand Tetons (13,766 feet) and, no less craggy, the Eighth Symphony...

Updated: December 10, 2011, - 11:36 AM

André Watts shows off mastery in all-Liszt recital

REVIEW: The pianist gave no sign of burnout from the 19th century giant in his Schubert Club concert.

Updated: November 30, 2011, - 07:55 PM

Dean's impressive 'Pastoral Symphony' packed a punch

Concert review: The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra gave a convincing reading to both the aggressive newer work and a mellow Brahms, plus a vivid Beethoven concerto.

Updated: November 28, 2011, - 07:30 PM

Dean's impressive 'Pastoral Symphony' packed a punch

Concert review: The SPCO, led by Douglas Boyd, gave a convincing reading to both the aggressive newer work and a mellow Brahms, as well as a vivid Beethoven piano work.

Updated: November 27, 2011, - 08:57 PM

Classical music spotlight: Andre Watts at the Schubert Club

LISZTOMANIATuesday 11/29: In the wake of last year's Chopin and Schumann bicentenaries, Franz Liszt's has gotten short shrift. Yet Liszt,...

Updated: November 26, 2011, - 03:51 PM

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