Boston’s 15-year-old Guerilla Opera releases a recording of a fresh take on the old Grimm Brothers tale, to haunting, ritualistic music for four singers and four players.
Listening During Covid, Part 5: New and Forgotten Repertory Brings Unexpected Delights
Musicians active in Boston, Washington DC, and Australia discover previously unrecorded gems, including works by women composers and composers of color.
CD Reviews: BMOP plays Babbitt and Antheil (BMOP/Sound), and Chris Wild’s Abhanden (Navona Records)
Snappy new recordings of the music of Milton Babbitt and George Antheil from the Boston Modern Orchestra Project while cellist Christ Wild’s disc offers a fascinating journey through some richly diverse musical soundscapes.
Fuse CD Review: Martin Schlumpf’s “Streams” (Navona Records)
A new disc of music by Martin Schlumpf, one of the leading figures in Swiss contemporary music whose career focuses on “the borderlands between improvisation and composition.”