In a time of bold political statements, the latest episodes of SOUND/STAGE fit the moment, as well as providing musical relief.
Copland’s original chamber setting for Appalachian Spring is revelatory.
A streamed concert spotlights Jiji’s fresh repertory and sparkling performance style.
The chamber group and guests present three commissions setting haunting poetry by Paul Celan and Czeslaw Miłosz.
The violin virtuoso shines in an eclectic recital recorded at home with a handful of gifted cohorts.
Conductor Leon Botstein and The Orchestra Now shine on a Dimitri Mitropoulos rarity.
The orchestra served up dramatically different soundscapes in the first two episodes, ranging from somber and brooding to upbeat and festive.
Livestreamed from The Midway SF, the concert highlighted delightfully varied chamber works by three African Amercian composers.
The presentation may have been folksy, but the power couple delivered serious operatic artistry in their online recital.
A new recording captures the music if not the drama of Ricky Ian Gordon’s chamber opera.