The first opera in Cerise Lim Jacobs’s The Ouroboros Trilogy borrows heavily from Eastern lore and legends.
The electric guitar takes center stage in a range of settings on the composer/guitarist’s new three-album set.
This freshly imagined production packs an emotional wallop that transcends the limits of the small screen.
Boston Modern Orchestra Project traces the composer’s evolution from Common Tones in Simple Time to Son of Chamber Symphony.
Eleven composers and performers create a tribute album for the retired chief of Nonesuch Records.
The powerful mezzo explores many dark facets of the Nero legend in Tiranno.
The wind ensemble’s Ghost Light presents five commissions on themes of life, death, and rebirth.
The composer melds oral histories of Jewish life in Warsaw with an improvising chamber ensemble and electronica.
Philip Glass’s hypnotic Les Enfants Terribles gets the full James Darrah treatment on top of a parking garage.
The new disc features intense, three-way musical discussions based on two decades’ worth of Iyer themes.