Chrysanthe Tan - May 30, 2023

There was a lot of talent on the stage in Torrance. Time to let them lead.

Lisa Hirsch - May 30, 2023

Julia Wolfe’s new oratorio makes a passionate feminist argument that’s musically and theatrically unrelenting.

Emery Kerekes - May 30, 2023

Our intrepid New York correspondent binges on the city’s most celebrated new-music marathon and shares its many hidden gems.

Rebecca Wishnia - May 26, 2023

The Seattle organization brilliantly realizes a double bill of operas about the Holocaust by composer Jake Heggie.

Simon Cohen - May 23, 2023

Stranger Love, a monumental new opera by Dylan Mattingly, astonishes in its premiere at the LA Phil.

Richard S. Ginell - May 23, 2023

Iveta Apkalna was the soloist in the Sinfonia Concertante for Organ and Orchestra, with the composer on the podium.

Nicholas Jones - May 22, 2023

The orchestra, three superb soloists, and extended choral forces bring both the power and tragic intimacy of the work to life.

David Bratman - May 22, 2023

With the indefatigable Sarah Cahill at the keyboard and Artistic Director Donato Cabrera on the podium, the new concerto was in good hands.

Scott Cmiel - May 22, 2023

Guitarist William Kanengiser and the Alexander String Quartet pay tribute to the bands that changed the course of music.

Richard S. Ginell - May 22, 2023

Delirium Musicum’s debut album pairs two contemporary takes on Vivaldi’s evergreen masterpiece.