Reviews

Jim Farber - October 18, 2022

In his recital at The Wallis, the pianist/composer was oddly uncommunicative.

Steven Winn - October 18, 2022

In SF Opera’s production of Poulenc’s masterpiece, spiritual concerns are powerfully dramatized.

Richard S. Ginell - October 18, 2022

The Icelandic pianist ups the quirkiness factor by recording his latest album on both a grand and an upright.

Steven Winn - October 16, 2022

This collaborative work responding to the deaths of Black Americans at the hands of the police demands sustained attention.

Giacomo Fiore - October 16, 2022

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Raven Chacon is among the artists featured on opening night.

David Bratman - October 16, 2022

It’s a gigantic new piece that, perhaps surprisingly, is entirely at home on a program of 20th-century masterworks.

Richard S. Ginell - October 16, 2022

The acclaimed music director surprised the classical world when she stepped away from her position with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

Richard S. Ginell - October 11, 2022

The Pan-American Music Initiative gives the orchestra the chance to revisit some recent pieces, like Gabriela Ortiz’s dazzling violin concerto.

Emery Kerekes - October 11, 2022

The composer teamed up with an array of avant-garde artists for the most talked-about New York premiere of the season.

Nicholas Jones - October 10, 2022

Avian themes are a thread through this imaginative program featuring soprano Golda Schultz and a U.S. premiere.