Music News

Janos Gereben - December 19, 2020

The experimental composer and critic rounds the final bend in the road.

Michael Zwiebach - December 15, 2020

And since it wouldn’t be the holidays without brass, the Southern California Brass Consortium will bring the three-hour show to a close.

Janos Gereben - December 15, 2020

Jason Robert Brown’s song cycle is about taking a stand in challenging circumstances. Sound familiar?

Janos Gereben - December 14, 2020

Caroling amid a cheery throng may be out this year, but a wonderland of great seasonal music awaits.

Victoria Looseleaf - December 8, 2020

A massive undertaking for the university choir, Richard Danielpour’s score sings of compassion and forgiveness.

Paul Kotapish - December 8, 2020

The stirring soundtrack for the powerful documentary is now available.

Peter Feher - December 8, 2020

Highlights from Bowl seasons past will be broadcast on PBS stations across the country.

Janos Gereben - December 8, 2020

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and Telegraph Quartet successfully navigate the tricky route to live performances in a safe spot.

Janos Gereben - December 7, 2020

The ensemble continues its virtual season in 2021, and with any luck, there might be live performances too.

Janos Gereben - December 1, 2020

A pilot program deploys cash-strapped artists as community health ambassadors.