The New York Times | Glimpse of a Suffering Soul

Glimpse of a Suffering Soul By: James R. Oestreich – February 10th, 2017 On the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s February 4th, 2017 performance at Carnegie Hall. Michael Hersch’s “end stages,” commissioned and given its New York premiere by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, was a little-relieved cry of anguish and anger in the face of terminal […]

Huffington Post; Zeal NYC | Review: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra Is ‘Electrifying’ at Carnegie Hall

Review: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra Is ‘Electrifying’ at Carnegie Hall By: Joshua Rosenblum – February 6, 2017 – Zeal NYC On the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s performance at Carnegie Hall, on February 4th, 2017. On February 4 at Carnegie Hall, the famously conductorless Orpheus Chamber Orchestra presented a performance of Tchaikovsky’s beloved Violin Concerto with a twist: the soloist Vadim Gluzman […]

NJ PAC | Superstar Artists Come Out to Play

Superstar Artists Come Out to Play By: Paul J. Pelkonen – February 5th, 2017 In anticipation of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s performance at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s Prudential Hall, in Newark, NJ on October 22nd, 2017. Part of the 2017-18 Bank of America Classical Series. New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s crown jewel is Prudential […]

The Morning Call | Review: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto becomes an intimate tour de force when Vadim Gluzman joins Orpheus Chamber Orchestra in Easton

Review: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto becomes an intimate tour de force when Vadim Gluzman joins Orpheus Chamber Orchestra in Easton By: Steve Siegel – February 4th, 2017 On the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s performance at the Williams Art Center at Lafayette College, in Easton, PA, on February 3rd, 2017. When the Ukrainian-born Israeli violinist Vadim Gluzman last performed […]

Johns Hopkins University | Composer Michael Hersch Wins $250,000 President’s Frontier Award

Composer Michael Hersch Wins $250,000 President’s Frontier Award By Jill Rosen – January 31st 2017 Michael Hersch’s work end stages was commissioned by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and was premiered in early January, 2017. Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute composer and pianist Michael Hersch, whose groundbreaking work has been performed worldwide, has won the university’s 2017 President’s Frontier […]