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Three Must-Have Chamber Premieres on Disc (With Sting in the Tail)

March 22, 2023 | Clive Paget, Musical America
Uncovered Three A round-up of outstanding new, or new-to-disc American chamber music, is headed by the latest in Catalyst Quartet’s revelatory “Uncovered” series. The follow up to acclaimed volumes of music by Samuel … »Read


Kentridge's SIBYL Illuminates an Ancient Oracle

March 21, 2023 | Steven Winn, Musical America
SAN FRANCISCO—Scintillating and droll, potent and puckish, William Kentridge’s multi-valenced chamber opera-cum-film SIBYL had a buoyantly received United States premiere March 17 at Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall. The ovation was … »Read


Jaap Returns With Messiaen's Homage to the Major Third

March 20, 2023 | George Loomis, Musical America
Olivier Messiaen’s Turangalîla Symphony has its share of brutal dissonance—no question about that—yet some critics called it, according to the composer, an homage to the major third, a sonority as unlike dissonance as one … »Read


From Abrams to Walker, Four Composers Dazzle on Disc

March 17, 2023 | Clive Paget, Musical America
Walker & Dawson George Walker is enjoying a boomtime right now with the National Symphony Orchestra recording all five Sinfonias , and a recent disc from The Cleveland Orchestra that included Lilacs , the first work by an African American … »Read


Apollo's Fire Launches 10-City 'Exile and Resilience' Tour

March 16, 2023 | Hannah Edgar, Musical America
EVANSTON, IL—During intermission at “Exile & Resilience: Music of the Jewish & African Diasporas,” a new program by Apollo’s Fire, a breathless patron chased down an ensemble administrator. “The music! … »Read


A Splendid, Majestic Solomon at Carnegie Hall

March 15, 2023 | Christopher Corwin, Musical America
Conductor Harry Bicket and his polished period-instrument ensemble The English Concert began offering large-scale vocal works by Handel at Carnegie Hall a decade ago. Most in the annual series have been operas, but several oratorios with The … »Read




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