Penderecki had an extensive career and in the end wrote far more music with the tonal and structural means of classicism and romanticism than he did works along the line of the Threnody.
Today, March 27, 1pm EST, you can watch a streaming orchestral concert, played live.
There is so much streaming music, live and archived, now available that it’s getting close to the experience of being in New York City and trying to make impossible choices over what to see and what to sacrifice.
Late Monday afternoon, the New York Philharmonic sent out notice that they are cancelling concerts through June 13—in other words, the entirety of their remaining 2019/20 season.
“I believe very strongly that music is the groanings of the spirit. To me God is always listening. There’s always going to be an audience for the receiving.”
in 2019, the consensus pick for best classical performance of the year is…
I see so many classical concerts that it takes a helluva lot to get me interested in new releases of standard repertoire, so everything on here is aces.