The composer melds oral histories of Jewish life in Warsaw with an improvising chamber ensemble and electronica.
Philip Glass’s hypnotic Les Enfants Terribles gets the full James Darrah treatment on top of a parking garage.
The new disc features intense, three-way musical discussions based on two decades’ worth of Iyer themes.
A four-CD set is the first installment of a planned 23-year project showcasing new commissions for Chase and her flutes.
Two recent recordings by Icelandic composers bring light to a dark landscape.
The company’s annual Snapshot Festival provided a look at works in development, and also a preview of what the summer festival at the Bruns Amphitheater will be like.
The orchestra’s live performance in front of 4,000 essential workers was an emotional and artistic thrill.
Only a few could witness it live, but the orchestra’s return to Davies was a vibrant reminder of what we’ve been missing.
Angèle Dubeau’s Immersion highlights the violin’s modern side.
Pianist Karl Larson, a frequent collaborator with the composer, makes the most of these languid, idiosyncratic sketches.