Sets by Ennis Harris and Mat Maneri at the Angel City Jazz Festival have plentiful cross-genre connections.
The choreographer reimagines Rudyard Kipling’s characters in a world that’s been thrown into chaos by rising sea levels.
The players are self-effacing in these pieces about spirituality and the natural world.
The orchestra gives a bold, theatrical reading of the blockbuster piece and is just as musical in a song cycle by Benjamin Britten.
In his CAP UCLA show with the Attacca Quartet, Kahane anatomizes his year away from the seductions and perils of the online world.
The group gives a buttoned-up but enjoyable concert in its new guise.
Mi País, a tour of classic Argentinian compositions, showcases the rich musicality of bass-baritone Federico De Michelis.
The tenor and pianist Wenwen Du render Schubert’s radical emotional extremes with total commitment.
The production’s superior direction by newcomer Rob Ashford makes Rossini’s much-performed opera buffa shine.
Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s new work, set during the American Civil War, has its characters wrestling with the nature of storytelling.