The French pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard first worked with the composer Pierre Boulez when, at age 19, he joined Mr. Boulez’s chamber orchestra Ensemble Intercontemporain. Decades later—Mr. Boulez is fast approaching his 90th birthday—Mr. Aimard has become a respected interpreter of the composer. During Monday’s all-Boulez program, Mr. Aimard and frequent collaborator pianist Tamara Stefanovich jointly play the complete published solo piano works of Mr. Boulez, in addition to “Structures, livre II,” for two pianos.
The Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, a partnership with Juilliard, provides promising young singers with training and performance experience. This week, three young singers (and hopeful future Met stars) associated with the program head across town for a recital in th...
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