Luxuriously cast, expertly directed, and conducted with fiery abandon by Richard Egarr, the show made the case for Handel’s fifth Italian opera.
The composer’s First Symphony outshines a new concerto by Outi Tarkiainen and Wynton Marsalis’s Blues Symphony.
Jessie Montgomery’s appealing, resourceful L.E.S. Characters has a happy premiere alongside Charles Ives’s pastoral Symphony No. 3.
The Norwegian group sings spiritual music from ancient to modern with its usual exquisite touch.
With high-energy gestures, Payare brought excitement, lighting a fire under the orchestra.
Concerts from Jacaranda and the Hear Now Festival show a broad spectrum of musical possibilities.
Founding Music Director Emily Ray’s last subscription concert with the ensemble is a courageous and enjoyable affair.
The famous ensemble, disbanding later this year, leaves a fantastic final impression on tour in California.
Jane Glover conducts a concert of works by the two Baroque heavyweights, with mixed results.
The group’s ambitious Doppelgänger project pairs the composer’s late chamber works with challenging new commissions.