Jim Farber - January 21, 2024

The pianist, who’s known for her advocacy of underrepresented composers, gives commanding performances of modern classics as well.

Jeff Kaliss - January 21, 2024

Clarinetist Kinan Azmeh, percussionist Haruka Fujii, and cellist Karen Ouzounian come together in music from their respective cultures.

Richard S. Ginell - January 16, 2024

Which came first, the Scherzo or the Andante?

Rebecca Wishnia - January 15, 2024

But draw your own conclusions about the ending of Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony, the other piece on the program.

Lisa Hirsch - January 9, 2024

The pianist’s recital showcases her wide range of interests and long-standing connections to contemporary composers.

Chrysanthe Tan - January 9, 2024

The L.A. new-music group looks back on its history in a busy birthday concert at Monk Space.

Giacomo Fiore - January 9, 2024

A diverse program of mostly contemporary works shows the vitality of the genre while honoring the origins of musique concrète.

Richard S. Ginell - December 19, 2023

Under Zubin Mehta’s genial direction, the orchestra plays the “Pastoral” and “Eroica” Symphonies to near perfection.

Jim Farber - December 19, 2023

The pianist/composer’s Natural Machines blurs the lines between art and technology in a harmonious way.

Andrew Gilbert - December 18, 2023

The gifted Bay Area vocalist teams up with a trio at Keys Jazz Bistro for some sweetly reinvented Christmas classics.