With ‘Nebuchadnezzar,’ the opera Kanye West unveiled at the Hollywood Bowl, the rap impresario invited the faithful on his path to righteousness but had to remind them to stand up and cheer, Catherine Womack reports.
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In ‘Ensemble,’ reviewed by Catherine Womack at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, composer and artist Chris Kallmyer uses melodies, harmonics, visual input, and audience participation to evoke sensations of connection.
In a Los Angeles concert reviewed by Catherine Womack, the new-music ensemble Wild Up celebrated a new album featuring works by Christopher Cerrone, which cumulatively achieve an operatic impact.
Catherine Womack reviews Anthony Davis’s ‘The Central Park Five,’ which fell short of its considerable promise in its Long Beach Opera premiere despite a powerful cast.
Yuval Sharon’s Los Angeles Philharmonic revival of Meredith Monk’s ‘ATLAS,’ reviewed by Catherine Womack, reveals a prescient, essential American opera.
Dale Trumbore, a successful composer with big events ahead in Los Angeles March 17 and New York City April 27-28, talks to Catherine Womack about overcoming self-doubt and finding a creative groove.
Composer-pianist Sarah Gibson, whose ‘warp & weft’ gets its world premiere by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Jan. 26 and 27, talks to Catherine Womack about her creative path, her new piece, and what it was like to interact with LACO “Sound Investors.”
Ellen Reid, whose ‘dreams of the new world’ has its world premiere by the Los Angeles Master Chorus at Walt Disney Hall May 13, talks about her background, her process, and working with young women composers.