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Listening During Covid, Part 8: A Remarkable Black British Composer, an American Master, and an Award-Winning Salieri Premiere

January 23, 2022
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CD recordings keep bringing us unexpected treasures, including chamber works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Samuel Adler, and the (by turns) exquisite and powerful opera Armida by Mozart’s contemporary — who was not his murderer — Antonio Salieri.

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Classical CD Review: The Chiara String Quartet Plays “Bartók by Heart” (Azica Records)

August 29, 2016
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The Chiara Quartet has recorded a series of gritty, compelling takes on Bartók’s seminal group of quartets.

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Classical Music CD Review: Attacca Quartet’s Adventurous “Fellow Traveler” (Azica Records)

March 16, 2013
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This album manages to impressively realize the depth and versatility of John Adams’s music for string quartet. It also announces the arrival of a phenomenal ensemble that plays with a mix of maturity, adventure, and musical insight: this is a group to follow closely and cheer.

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