Seraphic Fire’s new CD captures the beauty and mystery of Hildegard – Jul 02, 2021

Seraphic Fire. Hildegard von Bingen: Ordo Virtutum (SFM). The first thing one notes […]

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra makes a bold and brassy return – May 29, 2021

Fanfare for the Common Man has rarely sounded more majestic or […]

Fischer closes Utah Symphony’s pandemic season with provocative eclecticism – May 29, 2021

Eclectic programming that juxtaposes works in a thought-provoking way has been […]

MTT, New World provide a season highlight with American program – May 10, 2021

The musicians of the New World Symphony have played under some […]

Ensemble Correspondances brings the Louvre’s musical pleasures to life  – May 09, 2021

The joys of the free concert series at the Library of […]

Lise Davidsen stunning in program of rarities for Vocal Arts DC – Mar 20, 2021

Vocal Arts DC scored quite a coup in presenting the first […]

COT’s offbeat “Taking Up Serpents” gives notice of a talented new composer – Mar 02, 2021

Chicago Opera Theater continued its online season Saturday night with the […]

Trifonov’s defiant, authoritative Prokofiev takes the prize in streamed program – Feb 23, 2021

Even globe-trotting pianists have had their touring plans curtailed during the […]

Philadelphia’s BalletX navigates uncertain times with ingenuity – Jan 21, 2021

Presenting dance performances during a global pandemic is a test of […]

Streaming CSO Sessions provide aural, visual balm to listeners in lockdown – Dec 18, 2020

Ten months into the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, in […]