Reviews

Richard S. Ginell - June 28, 2021

Reimagine is a delightful romp through contemporary miniatures in a wild range of styles, each a unique response to an earlier piano trifle.

Steven Winn - June 22, 2021

The young violinist traces a history of American music from George Gershwin to Florence Price on his debut album.

Richard S. Ginell - June 21, 2021

The “classical, avant-punk” violin duo covers a lot of ground on three new CDs, from Brahms to the thorniest of contemporary composition.

Joe Cadagin - June 14, 2021

The first opera in Cerise Lim Jacobs’s The Ouroboros Trilogy borrows heavily from Eastern lore and legends.

Giacomo Fiore - June 14, 2021

The electric guitar takes center stage in a range of settings on the composer/guitarist’s new three-album set.

Steven Winn - June 7, 2021

This freshly imagined production packs an emotional wallop that transcends the limits of the small screen.

Jason Victor Serinus - June 7, 2021

Boston Modern Orchestra Project traces the composer’s evolution from Common Tones in Simple Time to Son of Chamber Symphony.

Jeff Kaliss - June 7, 2021

Eleven composers and performers create a tribute album for the retired chief of Nonesuch Records.

Jason Victor Serinus - June 2, 2021

The powerful mezzo explores many dark facets of the Nero legend in Tiranno.

Richard S. Ginell - June 1, 2021

The wind ensemble’s Ghost Light presents five commissions on themes of life, death, and rebirth.