Aimée Ts’ao - April 17, 2023

There will always be Revelations, but this troupe is a vital and current artistic force, judging by its annual week at Cal Performances.

Scott Cmiel - April 16, 2023

The mezzo-soprano and guitarist give a magical recital of songs from Franz Schubert to Stephen Sondheim.

Jason Victor Serinus - April 15, 2023

The soprano introduces us to several lesser-known female composers and a fine Symbolist poet with this recording.

Lisa Hirsch - April 11, 2023

The composer’s dark, often mocking orchestral work shares space with Brahms’s First Piano Concerto and Sibelius’s Symphony No. 3.

Emery Kerekes - April 11, 2023

At Carnegie Hall, the Egyptian soprano and Andalusian guitarist trace the exchange of Islamic and Judaic influences in Spanish songs.

Richard S. Ginell - April 11, 2023

It’s a modern-day Rhapsody in Blue, the perfect recording project for the superstar pianist and Abrams’s Louisville Orchestra.

Lev Mamuya - April 4, 2023

The Boston-based group marks its 10th anniversary with contemporary music and Beethoven.

Jim Farber - April 4, 2023

The local premiere of Reich/Richter highlights a concert celebrating the 86-year-old composer’s long productivity.

Jason Victor Serinus - April 2, 2023

As wonderfully as Giacomo Puccini’s opera has been served in the studio, this Warner Classics release is up there with the best.

Richard S. Ginell - March 28, 2023

The newly minted Grammy Award winner delivers a remarkably polished set at The Soraya.