These recordings led by Gustavo Dudamel in February of this year capture some of the pianist’s most thrilling work to date.
Karen Kamensek leads performances of The Planets and Glass’s First Violin Concerto that get there in the end.
In a work laced with action-movie passion, soprano Angel Blue and mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Semenchuk are incisive and alluring.
A new recording showcases Paola Prestini and Mark Campbell’s opera about a stuffed rabbit’s tumultuous journey.
Dig into these recordings from almost a century ago to hear how far interpretations of this monumental composer have come.
Josh Shaw’s clever update is of a piece with the original and has great singing to boot.
The high-flying tenor sings works grounded in the poetry of the Harlem Renaissance.
Backed by Teddy Abrams and the LA Phil, Thile gives the West Coast premiere of his own zany, always engaging piece.
The master Brazilian composer waited decades for his moment, finally playing live in Berkeley 51 years after his debut album.
An excellent cast gives excellent performances, making the case for the Walnut Creek-based company.