Richard S. Ginell - July 19, 2021

The group’s latest album captures some of the trends in new music now.

Richard S. Ginell - July 12, 2021

The full cycle recording project nears completion with this release of early and late works.

Richard S. Ginell - July 7, 2021

The latest of the composer’s recordings features his earliest “Aeolian sound world” piece.

Jason Victor Serinus - July 6, 2021

The violinist’s solo album mixes musics expertly to explore personal and political themes.

Janos Gereben - June 29, 2021

Esa-Pekka Salonen gets a hero’s welcome in a live concert featuring an epic reading of Strauss’s Metamorphosen.

Steven Winn - June 28, 2021

Jake Heggie and Gene Sheer’s moving chamber work addresses Nazi persecution of homosexuals.

Jason Victor Serinus - June 28, 2021

A bearded Cecilia Bartoli is spectacular in the title role.

Richard S. Ginell - June 28, 2021

Reimagine is a delightful romp through contemporary miniatures in a wild range of styles, each a unique response to an earlier piano trifle.

Steven Winn - June 22, 2021

The young violinist traces a history of American music from George Gershwin to Florence Price on his debut album.

Richard S. Ginell - June 21, 2021

The “classical, avant-punk” violin duo covers a lot of ground on three new CDs, from Brahms to the thorniest of contemporary composition.