Edward Ortiz

Edward Ortiz is an arts and science writer who has written for The Sacramento Bee, The Boston Globe, and The Providence Journal. He is also a contributor to Symphony Magazine and www.newmusicbox.org.

Articles By This Author

Edward Ortiz - December 6, 2016

After a promising opening, the orchestra fizzles on Dvořák.

Edward Ortiz - November 7, 2016

Like overgrown kids playing in a sandbox, this percussion ensemble played a concert of new music that lifted spirits and attracted some young fans.

Edward Ortiz - October 11, 2016

Eight different composers, four musicians, 2,000 pictures of America, one enthralling experience.

Edward Ortiz - July 17, 2015

The composer talks about how Fred Waring influenced his choral works, which are being performed at the Festival Del Sole in Napa this weekend.

Edward Ortiz - June 30, 2015

The Philharmonic’s performance marks the beginning of a new era for the orchestra.

Edward Ortiz - March 17, 2015

The Inuit throat singer brings emotional depth to the landmark 1922 documentary.

Edward Ortiz - March 10, 2015

Touring behind the release of 1865, their last album together, Anonymous 4 focused on a classic repertoire of American song.

Edward Ortiz - February 21, 2015

The American tenor masters every moment in his spectacular solo recital debut.

Edward Ortiz - February 15, 2015

After two decades away, Geneva's Orchestre de la Suisse Romande returns and triumphs on their U.S. tour at UC Davis.

Edward Ortiz - February 3, 2015

The Empyrean Ensemble presented new works by Pulitzer Prize-winner Melinda Wagner and UC Davis composers at the 2015 Music and Words Festival.