There was a lot of talent on the stage in Torrance. Time to let them lead.
Julia Wolfe’s new oratorio makes a passionate feminist argument that’s musically and theatrically unrelenting.
Our intrepid New York correspondent binges on the city’s most celebrated new-music marathon and shares its many hidden gems.
The Seattle organization brilliantly realizes a double bill of operas about the Holocaust by composer Jake Heggie.
Stranger Love, a monumental new opera by Dylan Mattingly, astonishes in its premiere at the LA Phil.
Iveta Apkalna was the soloist in the Sinfonia Concertante for Organ and Orchestra, with the composer on the podium.
The orchestra, three superb soloists, and extended choral forces bring both the power and tragic intimacy of the work to life.
With the indefatigable Sarah Cahill at the keyboard and Artistic Director Donato Cabrera on the podium, the new concerto was in good hands.
Guitarist William Kanengiser and the Alexander String Quartet pay tribute to the bands that changed the course of music.
Delirium Musicum’s debut album pairs two contemporary takes on Vivaldi’s evergreen masterpiece.