Tamzin Elliott - January 20, 2023

A memorial concert for the experimental composer shows his genius at making us aware of how we listen and how that connects us to one another.

Richard S. Ginell - January 17, 2023

Mahler’s last completed symphony gets a daring, all-encompassing interpretation at Disney Hall.

Steven Winn - January 16, 2023

The guest conductor finds the brilliance in the premiere of Elizabeth Ogonek’s Moondog and a concerto with violinist James Ehnes.

Tamzin Elliott - January 16, 2023

Collaborating with other specialists in the genre, Lattimore cultivates her own brand of improvisation at L.A.’s Zebulon.

Lisa Hirsch - January 16, 2023

In Dido Reimagined, Dawn Upshaw and the Brentano String Quartet offer a new take on a famous operatic heroine.

Richard S. Ginell - January 16, 2023

The composer is far from his rock ’n’ roll roots with this recent recording of two major orchestral works.

Richard S. Ginell - January 10, 2023

Unusual works by Claude Debussy, Olivier Messiaen, and Heitor Villa-Lobos highlight a concert with soloist Jean-Yves Thibaudet.

Joe Cadagin - January 3, 2023

In Music for Film, Sculpture, and Captions, the composer teases out connections to jazz, surrealist film, and Ruth Asawa.

Jason Victor Serinus - December 19, 2022

With sensitivity and expertise, the baritone records music by Mason Bates, Missy Mazzoli, and Gregory Spears.

Richard S. Ginell - December 13, 2022

The orchestra and Gustavo Dudamel were once again the stars of this three-night multimedia production.