The company’s new production is a delight and very well cast.
The Los Angeles Master Chorale premieres Billy Childs’s rhapsodic ode to his mother.
Gabriela Lena Frank’s luminous and dreamlike work has its third staging in California.
Breathing Forests has its local premiere on a mixed program bookended by two Igor Stravinsky works.
A multimedia collaboration spearheaded by composer Mary Kouyoumdjian centers on the tragic life of Armenian American painter Arshile Gorky.
The Leonard Bernstein biopic is out in theaters this week and will arrive on Netflix next month.
The clarinetist has made a specialty of You Have the Right to Remain Silent, and it’s a powerhouse performance.
Nina C. Young, Koh’s neighbor, composed Traces for her, and it’s the highlight of a concert conducted by Jeffrey Kahane.
The standout group makes an impact with contemporary works, many of them transcribed by the ensemble.
The 90-year-old composer appears in likely his last tour, a collaboration with German video artist Lillevan.