Music in Eight Parts is a welcome and inviting addition to the Philip Glass canon; the Summer of Thomas Adès continues with a stirring new recording of the British composer’s keyboard work; Anna Clyne’s Dance is, without a doubt, one of the finest pieces I’ve heard this year.
modern world out of control is more perceptive and chilling than ever.
There have been lots of recordings of Philip Glass to hit the market recently. One of the highlights is Víkingur Ólafsson’s Piano Works.
It was a treat to experience Philip Glass’s orchestral music live and in-person.
One takeaway from the concert: music can be forward-looking and even provocative without being off-putting and ugly.
Far from being a down month, June marks the start of New England’s summer classical music season.