One of the latest big players to move out West, drummer Gerald Cleaver, has Wolff composing for sextet again.
The LA Phil and Deaf West Theatre reimagine Beethoven’s only opera as a feast for the eyes as well as the ears.
After nearly 50 years, the quartet still has new things to say. The festival April 7–9 spans its ever-expanding repertory.
A dramatic soprano at the peak of her powers talks about the life of a singer, climbing the ladder, and staying grounded.
Our selection of outstanding gems from the composer’s endlessly evolving career.
Clarinet virtuoso Anat Cohen has a run of gigs in California this month, culminating in a residency at SFJAZZ with her expansive Tentet.
Today's music archivists face serious challenges, and cloud storage may not be the answer.
Always looking forward, the City’s cultural epicenter celebrates its first 100 years with new programs, new commissions, and an expanded campus.
Touring California during a pandemic is just the latest challenge for the indomitable London Symphony Orchestra.
Inspired by a lost dance from 1952, this major new work is set to a score by jazz pianist/composer Jason Moran, performed live by Wild Up on March 19.