Classical Music Critic

Jeremy Eichler

Eichler is the Globe’s classical music critic, and the recipient of an ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for music criticism. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, the New Yorker, and the New Republic.

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Music review

Kafka encaged, writing to his father

By , Globe Staff

On Saturday, the Rockport Chamber Music Festival presented the immensely compelling one-act play “Kafka and Son,” with music by Osvaldo Golijov. 

Miffed at BSO, famed maestro backs out

By , Globe Staff

In an extremely rare public flare-up in the outwardly genteel world of major symphony orchestras, conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky has pulled out of the entire run of four concerts he was scheduled to conduct with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Music review

At Rockport, ushering in a new chapter with Tchaikovsky, Golijov, and high spirits

By , Globe Staff

Under new artistic leadership, the Rockport Chamber Music Festival opened its summer season on Friday night with a program of festive works by Tchaikovsky and Osvaldo Golijov.

Music Review

Passing the two-decade mark, Chameleon forges ahead with music looking back

By , Globe Staff

On Saturday night in First Church, the Chameleon Arts Ensemble capped its 20th anniversary season with works by composers looking back at their artistic forebears.