A Latvian pastor’s son now has a powerful universal message.
Satisfying chamber music in a challenging venue.
Blessed be the Bliss-makers, for they have rediscovered a long-forgotten gem.
The ACO revels in the joyful complexities of Bach’s legendary Goldberg Variations.
These charming miniatures are a perfect antidote to world-weariness.
The brightest new songbird in North America.
Victorian Opera hits another bullseye with the tale of the apple and the arrow.
A wonderful feast of chamber music from hugely talented performers.
Though still relevant, Lenny’s Mass misses its mark in the city of love.
Life after Bach: Suzuki’s Missa Solemnis yields mixed results.
Sir Andrew Davis breaks a nearly 50-year drought and brings MSO back to some beautiful Berlioz.
An engaging, postmodern evocation of the holy city.
Stile Antico lights Victoria’s dark music from within.