Jim Farber - October 11, 2021

The gala event is filled with star wattage and a delayed world premiere.

Steven Winn - October 11, 2021

Vital contemporary works inspired by street art set the stage for a fresh reading of Beethoven’s Seventh.

Nicholas Jones - October 11, 2021

The legendary (if apocryphal) rivalry leaps off the screen in a gripping digital production featuring Simon Barrad and Sidney Outlaw.

Michael Zwiebach - October 5, 2021

Conductor Marin Alsop extends her Leonard Bernstein project with a joyous, buoyant recording of Candide with the London Symphony.

Jason Victor Serinus - October 4, 2021

The baritone’s solo album imbues Americana with a heavy dose of sentimentality.

Josef Woodard - October 4, 2021

The “first mariachi opera” resonates with timely themes and timeless sentimentality.

David Bratman - October 4, 2021

Flutist Denis Bouriakov stands out in the world premiere of Gabriela Ortiz’s D’Colonial Californiano.

Janice Berman - September 28, 2021

Ten years in the making, a new film about the legendary choreographer reveals his exquisite gift as a teacher. It’s in limited release this coming weekend.

Richard S. Ginell - September 27, 2021

The jazz pianist and his touring band sound better than ever, and bassist esperanza spalding provides a perfect opening set.


Richard S. Ginell - September 27, 2021

The renowned violinist’s Alone Together gives voice to 39 composers wrangling with the heartbreaking challenges of the past 18 months.