Only a few could witness it live, but the orchestra’s return to Davies was a vibrant reminder of what we’ve been missing.
Angèle Dubeau’s Immersion highlights the violin’s modern side.
Pianist Karl Larson, a frequent collaborator with the composer, makes the most of these languid, idiosyncratic sketches.
Rarely performed in the U.S., this music from Ralph Vaughan Williams and William Walton deserves a wider audience.
DiDonato’s unique take on Schubert’s song cycle infuses the music with rare passion and intensity.
Outdoors and socially distanced, the company’s new production foretells a return to fully live opera, despite the burden of electronic mediation.
Pacific Opera Project revisits Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti with a delightful small-scale production in front of a live audience.
A new disc from pianist Şahan Arzruni provides a taste of the composer’s easily assimilated, Armenian-flavored piano music.
The Bulgarian soprano’s lovely voice is the best thing about this grab-bag assortment that ranges from Baroque laments to ABBA.
Percussion virtuoso Colin Currie collaborates with the BBC Philharmonic on two showcase works that range from playful to somber.