Steven Winn - February 7, 2022

The peerless bass-baritone and pianist Julius Drake are superb in a recital featuring a new song cycle by Mark-Anthony Turnage.

Steven Winn - February 7, 2022

Backed by a fine chamber ensemble and jazz trio, the violinist finds something new to say about classic American songs.

Richard S. Ginell - February 6, 2022

The quirky wind quartet’s new album revels in archly intellectual concepts.

Janice Berman - February 4, 2022

The long-delayed world premiere of Mrs. Robinson reveals two intertwined ballets.

Jason Victor Serinus - February 1, 2022

Anthony Roth Costanzo and Justin Vivian Bond team up on a delightful new Decca release.

Steven Winn - January 31, 2022

MTT and SFS scale new heights in Mahler’s First; Yuja Wang lets loose on Liszt.

Richard S. Ginell - January 31, 2022

Franz Welser-Möst guides the superb orchestra through polished and precise readings in this welcome addition to TCO’s growing catalog.

Steven Winn - January 31, 2022

Steven Beck makes a persuasive case for the Pulitzer-winning composer’s keyboard works.

Richard S. Ginell - January 25, 2022

The orchestra plays a swath of the great composer’s long-form pieces in arrangements.

Steven Winn - January 24, 2022

The pianist explores the power and mystery of repetition on her latest pandemic-era release.