Jason Victor Serinus - June 9, 2023

Tenor Karim Sulayman and guitarist Sean Shibe record a sophisticated album that raises questions about identity and cultural exchange.

Steven Winn - June 6, 2023

The orchestra under Donald Runnicles, soprano Nina Stemme, and David Hockney’s color-saturated set designs are the stars of this extravagant production.

David Bratman - June 6, 2023

Miranda Liu is marvelous in Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1, while Ravel’s Boléro provides a colorful finale.

Jason Victor Serinus - June 6, 2023

When the production works, it’s the music, not the directorial concept, that triumphs.

Jim Farber - June 6, 2023

Pianist Evren Ozel, violist Jordan Bak, and violinist Geneva Lewis give an impressive recital in an unusual configuration.

Tamzin Elliott - June 6, 2023

For Piano Spheres, Kallay used Alexander Scriabin’s Fifth Sonata as a jumping-off point to explore “ecstatic states.”

Lisa Hirsch - June 5, 2023

Stephen King’s bestselling novel comes to the opera stage with, thankfully, less luridness than Stanley Kubrick’s famous film adaptation.

Simon Cohen - May 31, 2023

Conductor John Nelsons, mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, and collaborators give great performances of Roméo et Juliette and Cléopâtre.

Jim Farber - May 31, 2023

The orchestra caps a remarkable 10-day run with premieres from composers Ellen Reid and Gabriella Smith.

Steven Winn - May 30, 2023

The South Bay company tests its mettle in the composer’s youthful, turbulent work.