February 17 Washington Classical Review

Washington Classical Review| February 17, 2019

Out On the Town: DC arts and entertainment highlights — February 14-20

Metro Weekly | February 14, 2019

Out On the Town: D.C. arts and entertainment highlights — February 7-13

Metro Weekly | February 7, 2019

Out On the Town: D.C. arts and entertainment highlights — December 20-26

Metro Weekly | December 20, 2018

December 19 Washington Classical Review

Washington Classical Review| December 19, 2018

Choral Arts Society of Washington 2018 Gala at the Kennedy Center

On Tap Magazine| December 19, 2018

To Do This Week Dec. 14–Dec. 20

Washington City Paper | December 14, 2018

Best of classical music 2018: Amid the turbulence, moments to savor

The Washington Post | December 7, 2018

“This passionate, uneven, desert-island raging against death deserves to be at the top of a list in any case. But this year, not one, but two D.C. performances made it onto my lifelong best-ever list. Gianandrea Noseda’s reading with the National Symphony Orchestra and the combined forces of the Choral Arts Society and the Washington Chorus was like nothing I had expected from him: gracious and lithe and buoyant and quietly eloquent. ” – Anne Midgette

Choral Arts Society of Washington Presents ‘A Family Christmas’ in Alexandria

Alexandria Living| December 4, 2018

Benjamin Britten’s ‘War Requiem’ Review: Mixing Sacred and Secular

The Wall Street Journal| November 30, 2018

The National Symphony Orchestra under Gianandrea Noseda performs the British composer’s once controversial yet highly influential interpretation of the Latin Mass for the Dead. By Barbara Jepson