Enjoy Boston Camerata’s Free America! for its high spirits and its crafty, delicious way of making the iconoclasm of the past come alive.
Two recordings serve up the music of Mozart in unusual packages.
This album led me to choose, for a summer project, to listen to all of the music of Janáček — and it has been a complete delight.
Thanks to BEMF for once again presenting Benjamin Bagby, who seems incapable of serving up anything but a wonderfully memorable experience.
This entertaining opera is a real soap opera, given that it chronicles the fallout of the passionate protagonist’s unrequited love.
Letters from Gettysburg is an extraordinarily haunting five-movement work that elevates the experience of one man into a memorial to all victims of war.
A bit surprising — that two megastars choose such meat and potatoes repertoire.
The cellist is a member of a tribe of fabulous players/singers who are funny, thoughtful, opinionated, brilliant, and irreverent.
Handel and Haydn Society assembled both a must-hear program and an extraordinary cast of singers.
The Boston Lyric Opera is mounting a fabulous staging of Benjamin Britten’s visceral opera.