Josef Woodard - June 13, 2022

The collective of performers and composers more than kept its cool when one of the weekend’s big programs fell through.

Steve Osborn - June 13, 2022

Composer Enrico Chapela Barba writes masterfully for both ensembles in a new work titled Los Braceros.

Lisa Hirsch - June 13, 2022

Director Peter Sellars collaborates with Esa-Pekka Salonen on a production that tells the full story of Oedipus.

Andrew Gilbert - June 11, 2022

The hip take on a famous Greek myth plays as a parable for our times.

Richard S. Ginell - June 11, 2022

A new CD of the Finnish composer’s pieces for violin and orchestra suggests that he was far from finished.

Michael Zwiebach - June 7, 2022

A strong cast triumphed over a fumbling concept in the company’s new production.

Catherine Womack - June 7, 2022

The L.A. chamber group puts its fun, engaging spin on Mozart’s opera, crafting a performance that’s satire with a message.

Josef Woodard - June 6, 2022

The all-American program includes William Grant Still’s First Symphony and Peter Lieberson’s stirring Neruda Songs.

David Bratman - June 6, 2022

Daniil Trifonov debuts the composer’s Piano Concerto, part of an off-the-beaten-path program conducted by Ruth Reinhardt.

Richard S. Ginell - May 24, 2022

Giustino transcends time and place in James Darrah’s new production for Long Beach Opera.