Jason Victor Serinus - January 31, 2023

A new recital album turns up a number of exciting bel canto rarities, along with familiar favorites — all beautifully sung.

Josef Woodard - January 31, 2023

In a rock-solid performance by the Ensemble intercontemporain, a new musical score does everything that the 1924 film could not even imagine.

Jim Farber - January 31, 2023

The opera’s latest revision, unveiled by Adams, the LA Phil, and the original cast, makes a strong case for the work.

Richard S. Ginell - January 31, 2023

Calm, peaceful works by the Ukrainian composer contrast with the Sturm und Drang of Mozart’s D-Minor Piano Concerto at The Soraya.

David Bratman - January 31, 2023

The Chicago quartet is in its element with a program of recent works written expressly for the group.

Josef Woodard - January 27, 2023

Orchestra and music director were united in splendid interpretations of Beethoven and Mussorgsky/Ravel.

Steve Osborn - January 27, 2023

Putting classic Golden Age film scores next to the composer’s Symphony No. 2 shows what was borrowed and what was missed.

Richard S. Ginell - January 24, 2023

Resurrected by determined advocates like Cox, William Levi Dawson’s symphony is definitely repertory-worthy.

Victoria Looseleaf - January 24, 2023

Britten’s chamber opera is brilliantly performed by students in the Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program.

Steven Winn - January 24, 2023

The singer traverses an astonishing thematic, emotional, and temporal range in just 90 minutes.