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Libby Larsen’s operatic adaptation of Shelley is less than riveting in a confusing production.
Hidden Gems: Nánási tackles a Strauss rarity, Ars Minerva revives La Circe, and a cache of classic 78s is made public.
The vibrant program showcased brilliant new compositions and outstanding musicianship.
Stellar performances outshine ungainly production choices and the limitations of the opera itself.
Martín y Soler’s jaunty farce makes an un-edgy interlude in West Edge Opera’s festival season.
No disruption here: Music Director Cristian Mačelaru first concerts at Cabrillo have a familiar vibe.
In a concert featuring a wide range of subjects and inspiration, the older works fared best.
In a concert ostensibly about expressionism, the surprise was Kreisler’s 1919 string quartet.
The San Francisco String Trio celebrates Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Relax at the shore or in your own back yard with our 2017 selection of great beach reads featuring music-themed books.
The rave is in: Mason Bates’s first opera is a (re)sounding success, one that deserves permanent repertory status.