Zoltán Fejérvári’s Scintillating Debut Recital at The Conrad

By Ken Herman | January 17, 2022 |

Zoltán Fejérvári’s technical prowess easily warranted the eager standing ovations he received at his January 16, 2022, solo recital performed at The Conrad in La Jolla.

North Coast’s ‘Desperate Measures’ Plays with Shakespeare, and Maybe, Molière

By Bill Eadie | January 17, 2022 |

In Peter Kellogg and David Friedman’s musical, Desperate Measures, a West Coast premiere playing through February 12 at North Coast Repertory Theatre, a Shakespeare “problem play” (Measure for Measure) is converted into a tuneful farce that perhaps has more in common with Molière than with its purported source. Even so, what better way is there to chase away winter doldrums than with a musical romp?

Myriad Trio Soars at Mingei International Museum

By Ken Herman | January 14, 2022 |

The Myriad Trio’s blessedly unpredictable, brilliantly performed concert Thursday, January 13, at Balboa Park’s Mingei International Museum managed to erase the dispiriting tedium of our lingering pandemic.

Emanuel Ax Brings Both Authority and Brilliance to His All-Chopin Recital in La Jolla

By Ken Herman | January 8, 2022 |

With pianist Emanuel Ax’s impeccable technique and unfailing stylistic empathy, he performed an all-Chopin recital at The Conrad on January 7, 2021.

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