Lou Fancher - December 6, 2021

The multi-instrumentalist and guest artists set out to demonstrate the relevance of traditional music from many cultures in the modern world.

Janice Berman - December 6, 2021

The choreographer’s new work is rich, dense, and shows a mastery of many styles.

Richard S. Ginell - December 6, 2021

Xian Zhang leads Martin Chalifour and the symphony in Woven Loom, Silver Spindle, Julia Adolphe’s new violin concerto.

Steven Winn - December 5, 2021

Naxos releases new recordings of Mieczysław Weinberg’s The Passenger and Kevin Puts’s Silent Night.

Richard S. Ginell - November 29, 2021

Somber Renaissance and minimalist music mingle in this austere release from the Brooklyn-based ensemble.

Jason Victor Serinus - November 29, 2021

The French-Cypriot soprano impresses with her formidable chops and utterly unique repertory.


Steven Winn - November 23, 2021

It’s tennis on the lawn and bespoke fashion, but a strong cast communicates the heartache behind the comedy.

Jim Farber - November 22, 2021

Laurent Pelly’s whimsical production and a stellar cast make a major hit of Rossini’s familiar opera buffa.

Nicholas Jones - November 22, 2021

Carlo Pallavicino’s forgotten opera delights the ear and the eye in this contemporary restoration.

Jason Victor Serinus - November 21, 2021

Christina Pluhar leads the early-music ensemble in a tour of 17th- and 18-century Neapolitan delights.