Rebecca Wishnia - May 16, 2023

Nico Muhly’s Stranger cued a concert theme that included music by Jessie Montgomery, Benjamin Britten, and Ralph Vaughan Williams.

Jim Farber - May 16, 2023

Russell Thomas, Rachel Willis-Sørensen, and Igor Golovatenko make powerful impressions in a well-staged production.

Andrew Gilbert - May 16, 2023

In concert with Brooklyn Rider, Herrera brought to mind nueva canción matriarch Mercedes Sosa.

Chrysanthe Tan - May 15, 2023

Composer Mehmet Ali Sanlıkol’s A Gentleman of Istanbul is based on a 17th-century travelogue.

Steven Winn - May 15, 2023

Baritone Benjamin Appl and pianist James Baillieu put together a gripping ode to the mysteries and spiritual depths of the night.

Lev Mamuya - May 15, 2023

In Falling Out of Time, the composer expounds on his familiar themes in a new way.

Tamzin Elliott - May 15, 2023

Shiroishi’s improvisatory skills are in full bloom in a concert with the unpredictable Wild Up.

David Bratman - May 9, 2023

Arturo Márquez’s violin concerto was the centerpiece of a concert conducted by the Tucson Symphony’s José Luis Gómez.

Lisa Hirsch - May 9, 2023

Toshi and Bernice Johnson Reagon’s operatic rendering of Octavia Butler’s novel is scarily on point but also musically winning.

Nicholas Jones - May 9, 2023

The group’s season-ending concert was devoted to Handel’s Apollo and Daphne and Jean-Philippe Rameau’s Pygmalion.