“Les Délices opens a Virtual Salon”

“The series came together as an idea in early May,” said Nagy, who studied at Oberlin before receiving a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University, “because I was trying to think how I could create a sort of pivot programming for Les Délices. With so many [concert] cancellations, I was feeling a great disconnect with audiences and also felt frustrated with social media — that remote collaborations had a “Brady Bunch” style. It wasn’t that they were so deeply unsatisfying, but what was wrong for me is that they just appeared online with no explanation, context, or rationale for how you would consume them, except randomly.”

Read the feature from San Francisco Classical Voice.