Daniil Trifonov’s latest album celebrates keyboard works by Scriabin, Stravinsky, and Prokofiev.
Juxtaposing real-time and recorded choral sections evokes a dreamlike atmosphere contrasting intimacy and isolation.
SF Girls Chorus and Ars Minerva team up for Juditha Triumphans and works by Barbara Strozzi and Isabella Leonarda.
Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic offer the composer’s underappreciated Symphony No. 11.
The only surviving opera by Joseph Bologne has staying power in LA Opera’s production.
Cellist Adelle-Akiko Kearns is outstanding in Max Bruch’s Canzone.
The hour-long concert takes a cinematic approach to its melding of musical works with insightful commentary by Esa-Pekka Salonen, musicians, and SFS personnel.
Lawrence Brownlee and Michael Spyres are spectacular in a bracing set of songs about friendship and rivalry.
A 1984 recording of Rainbow Family captures a landmark performance event pairing “live” musicians with microcomputers.
Benjamin Britten elaborates on themes from John Dowland, while Eleanor Alberga was inspired by Bach and Brahms.