Josef Woodard - October 31, 2023

Sets by Ennis Harris and Mat Maneri at the Angel City Jazz Festival have plentiful cross-genre connections.

Victoria Looseleaf - October 30, 2023

The choreographer reimagines Rudyard Kipling’s characters in a world that’s been thrown into chaos by rising sea levels.

Lisa Hirsch - October 30, 2023

The players are self-effacing in these pieces about spirituality and the natural world.

Steven Winn - October 30, 2023

The orchestra gives a bold, theatrical reading of the blockbuster piece and is just as musical in a song cycle by Benjamin Britten.

Lev Mamuya - October 28, 2023

In his CAP UCLA show with the Attacca Quartet, Kahane anatomizes his year away from the seductions and perils of the online world.

David Bratman - October 24, 2023

The group gives a buttoned-up but enjoyable concert in its new guise.

Jason Victor Serinus - October 24, 2023

Mi País, a tour of classic Argentinian compositions, showcases the rich musicality of bass-baritone Federico De Michelis.

Simon Cohen - October 24, 2023

The tenor and pianist Wenwen Du render Schubert’s radical emotional extremes with total commitment.

Jim Farber - October 24, 2023

The production’s superior direction by newcomer Rob Ashford makes Rossini’s much-performed opera buffa shine.

Ilana Walder-Biesanz - October 23, 2023

Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s new work, set during the American Civil War, has its characters wrestling with the nature of storytelling.