Francesco Cavalli’s bawdy critique of political corruption gets a fresh (live) take at the Bruns Amphitheater.
Good performances of early pieces by a composer who later forged his own distinctive language.
Louise Farrenc’s Third Symphony is a revelation on a program that also happens to be Morgan’s conducting debut with the orchestra.
In a production that goes deep into the text, West Edge Opera’s singing actors shine.
Valley of the Moon Music Festival features Dashon Burton in an enlightening recital.
Boston Lyric Opera and Long Beach Opera team up with eight composers to create the adventurous desert in.
Paintings were the inspiration for Thea Musgrave’s Trumpet Concerto and, of course, for a Mussorgsky/Ravel classic, at the Hollywood Bowl.
The company’s experiment with opera as graphic novel is streaming for the next year on Dallas Opera’s media site.
The chamber music festival is back to performing and at home in a new venue.
William Kanengiser and the Alexander String Quartet play an inventively programmed concert for San Francisco Performances.