Reviews

Andrew Gilbert - March 11, 2024

With what could have been a straightforward tribute concert, Younger and guests craft something original and transcendent.

Nicholas Jones - March 11, 2024

Spring is in the air for these young singers, who are enchanting in the latest Schwabacher Recital.

Josef Woodard - March 11, 2024

In a recital that blends text and music — and an amusing array of instruments — Lee is magnetic.

Jeff Rosenfeld - March 8, 2024

A trio of players make extraordinary music from the composer’s technical challenges and also premiere a new Saariaho-inspired work.

Lev Mamuya - March 8, 2024

The indie musician’s Song of the Earth is as much a showcase for the orchestra as it is for his band, Dirty Projectors.

Jim Farber - March 5, 2024

Come for the virtuosic dazzle but stay for the deep musical connection the violinist shares with accompanist John Novacek.

Steven Winn - March 5, 2024

There’s always a chance you’ll be hearing more of these works in progress in one of the company’s seasons to come.

Lisa Hirsch - March 5, 2024

On the eve of two longtime members’ retirement, the group celebrates 50 years with a characteristically contemporary program.

Lev Mamuya - March 4, 2024

Conductor Susanna Mälkki leads an LA Phil premiere and then collaborates with Daniil Trifonov on Brahms’s Second Piano Concerto.

Rebecca Wishnia - March 4, 2024

The orchestra presents a ravishing reading of Bartók’s opera, plus a colorful — and perfumed — account of Scriabin’s tone poem.