New York Chronicle: June 2019

On Thomas Larcher and the New York Philharmonic; Michael Tilson Thomas, Yuja Wang, and the New World Symphony; and Katia and Marielle Labèque.

Jay Nordlinger, The New Criterion
Michael Tilson Thomas, a Disruptor Who’s Become the Comfortable Center

Tilson Thomas is 74, a good age to be in a profession where someone under 50 can still considered be “emerging” and nonagenarians maintain grueling schedules. Still boyish, lean, and hyperactively busy, he will nevertheless step down as music director of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra at the end of the 2019–2020 season, a job he’s held for 25 years.

Justin Davidson, New York Magazine
The Met Orchestra Offers Two Perspectives on Mahler


James R. Oestreich, New York Times


Janos Gereben, San Francisco Classical Voice
Michael Tilson Thomas: A Boyish Patriarch Leaps Over Boundaries


Anthony Tommasini, NYT
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