Rarely performed in the U.S., this music from Ralph Vaughan Williams and William Walton deserves a wider audience.
DiDonato’s unique take on Schubert’s song cycle infuses the music with rare passion and intensity.
Outdoors and socially distanced, the company’s new production foretells a return to fully live opera, despite the burden of electronic mediation.
Pacific Opera Project revisits Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti with a delightful small-scale production in front of a live audience.
A new disc from pianist Şahan Arzruni provides a taste of the composer’s easily assimilated, Armenian-flavored piano music.
The Bulgarian soprano’s lovely voice is the best thing about this grab-bag assortment that ranges from Baroque laments to ABBA.
Percussion virtuoso Colin Currie collaborates with the BBC Philharmonic on two showcase works that range from playful to somber.
The Philharmonic Society of Orange County hosts violinist Philippe Quint in a tribute to the artist who transformed tango. Streaming through April 13.
The groundbreaking CBS Masterworks Black Composers Series presents forgotten music history spanning two centuries.
SF Ballet’s streaming video of these glittering gems is available through April 21.