This new telling of The Tempest from composer Allen Shearer and librettist Claudia Stevens premieres March 25 at Herbst Theatre.

The LA Phil’s latest new-music concert brought pieces delayed by or composed during the shutdown.

It’s an idiosyncratic but serious recording project, perfect for the iconoclastic player.

The celebrated artistic director of Apollo’s Fire is teaming up with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra for a program of traditional Jewish music.

A multimedia performance and conversation at the Ebell Club honors the memory of the great dancer, who died in 2018.

In Berkeley, the orchestra and conductor Christian Thielemann applied their unique sound to the music they’re most associated with.

For different reasons, Ancient Voices of Children and Symphonie fantastique challenged the conventions of their times.

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From the Archives

2021­–2022 will see a huge jump in minority representation on orchestral concert schedules. Some leaders say that change is here to stay.

Following the whirlwind of revelations, allegations, and promises of reform, we ask opera insiders about the state of the art since #MeToo.

LA Opera’s artist-in-residence takes the stage in Oedipus Rex on June 6.

The conductor was at the center of the major opera house revival of Handel, and he brings that experience to the West Coast with Alcina.