Ivan Hewett is intrigued by Nico Muhly's eclectic three-day music festival at the Barbican.
(8 days ago)
The boundless creativity of Marcel Duchamp and the works he inspired make for a compelling new show at the Barbican, says Richard Dorment.
(3 months and 4 days ago)
The classical pianist showed a new, thrillingly unpredictable side at Barbican Hall, says Hugo Shirley.
(1 month and 1 day ago)
The third concert in the LA Philharmonic's residency at the Barbican opened with yet another bold choice by Claude Vivier, the Canadian composer, says Ivan Hewett.
(2 months and 3 days ago)
Jane Shilling finds Katie Mitchell's Fraulein Julie at the Barbican thoughtful and intriguing, but lacking in emotional heart.
(19 days ago)
The English Concert under Harry Bicket played with exquisite skill and taste but didn't set the Barbican alight, says Hugo Shirley.
(3 months and 8 days ago)
Wed, 13 Feb 2013 17:27:46by kari dequine harden New Orleans bureauNew Orleans — Einstein Charter Group Inc. will receive a $1 million grant tied to the turnaround of an academically unacceptable school, an announcement made last week by the New Schools for New Orleans. The Einstein group, which runs Einstein Charte...
(3 months and 6 days ago)
August Strindberg's Miss Julie seems to be in vogue: this is the second production I've seen this year and the second at the Barbican in the space of seven months. This 75-minute version comes from Berlin's celebrated Schaubühne theatre and is in German, with surtitles. It is delicate and quietly fascinating.
(19 days ago)
Rupert Christiansen finds ENO's Sunken Garden at the Barbican hard to endure.
(1 month and 5 days ago)
Beethoven and Bruckner contrast starkly in this performance by the London Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican Hall, writes Ivan Hewett.
(3 months and 1 day ago)
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