Featuring powerful settings of Langston Hughes texts, a new recording with pianist Paul Sánchez highlights a century of works by Black composers.
A new sonata by Puerto Rican composer Roberto Sierra highlights the Cuban guitarist’s latest disc.
The pianist brings disciplined expression to Frederic Rzewski’s politically charged ruminations.
Dawn Upshaw, Gilbert Kalish, and Sō Percussion record Shaw’s Americana-steeped song cycle.
The company’s virtual gala offers fresh reminders of its ongoing strengths and tantalizing glimpses of great things to come.
Tenor Isaí Jess Muñoz and pianist Oksana Glouchko reveal lovely and unusual art songs.
The composer’s latest dramatic oratorio portrays the story of Jesus from a Jewish perspective.
Five works by VOSV’s Cyril Deaconoff inspired by Stockhausen augment this rare recording of the bare-bones choral work.
Rising melds new performances with 15 years of archived material from the lauded Philadelphia choir.
A new book by Peter Jones traces the influential jazz vocalist’s musical odyssey, and delves into the chemistry of his most famous collaboration.