Don’t let the redundancy of much of this album’s repertoire dissuade you. On all the vital metrics, Liebestod delivers
Classical Album Review: Jakub Hrůša Conducts Works by Hans Rott, Mahler, and Bruckner
Bold and colorful by turns, this disc offers an ideal introduction to Hans Rott, a composer who has slowly surfaced from the dark corners of history.
Concert Review: Conductor Jakub Hrůša Makes an Energetic Debut with the Boston Symphony Orchestra
This was a fascinating program conducted by someone that the BSO will hopefully put (firmly) into their rotation of distinguished guest conductors.
Classical Music CD Reviews: Hrůša’s Dvorák, “The Lost Songs of St. Kilda,” and Steve Richman’s Gershwin
The Lost Songs of St. Kilda is a disc that’s simple but profound, beautiful and enduring.
Classical CD Reviews: Dvorak Overtures (Pentatone) and “Dawn to Dust” (Reference Recordings)
It’s no secret that 2016 has already been a strong year for albums featuring new and recent music: now things get even better.