Lisa Hirsch - July 18, 2022

The company completes its tour of Philip Glass operas with a reimagined take on this fairy-tale classic.

Richard S. Ginell - July 11, 2022

The eclectic American composer has been writing ragtime music off and on since 1967, all collected on a new recording.

Michael Zwiebach - July 6, 2022

With several superior singers on hand, the concert was a worthy addition to the company’s summer season.

Jason Victor Serinus - July 5, 2022

Chilling history is the basis for this 2020 piece that reworks sacred musical tradition.

CJ Ru - June 27, 2022

The robust chorus and a venue not designed for a small original-instruments orchestra created persistent balance problems in Bach’s B Minor Mass.

Lisa Hirsch - June 27, 2022

Esa-Pekka Salonen leads the Bay Area premiere of John Adams’s recent piano concerto, Must the Devil Have All the Good Tunes?

Richard S. Ginell - June 27, 2022

The adventurous Chicago ensemble records a set of new works that at times sound reassuringly traditional.

Richard S. Ginell - June 21, 2022

A lot has changed since the company premiered the work in 2019, including a Pulitzer Prize for Anthony Davis’s score.

Janos Gereben - June 16, 2022

Is there enough in this opera to warrant a revival?

Jim Farber - June 14, 2022

The dancers and musicians of the American Modern Opera Company know how to have fun while still crafting serious performances.