James Conlon delivers a “high-voltage” performance by the New World Symphony

“The New World Symphony offered the formidable duo of conductor James Conlon and violinist James Ehnes in its first concert of the new year on Saturday night. A dazzling performance of one of the mainstays of the concerto repertoire and a revisionist view of Berlioz’s mega-portrait of Romeo and Juliet provided high-voltage music making before a packed house at the New World Center.”

Click here to read the full review on South Florida Classical Review.

Photo: Chester Higgins