In Review: International Contemporary Ensemble

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"Inside Voice," the second of three programs the International Contemporary Ensemble contributed to Lincoln Center’s 2019 Mostly Mozart Festival, abundantly celebrated diversity, Christian Carey relates.

In Review: Christopher Cerrone with Wild Up

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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.

Album Review: Éamon Boylan, Soft Butter

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Brin Solomon reviews 'Soft Butter,' the original cast recording of a musical-theater work by Éamon Boylan that uses macabre and dreamlike imagery to poetically evoke personal truths about trans life.

In Review: Blue

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Vivien Schweitzer reviews 'Blue,' a timely new opera by librettist/director Tazewell Thompson and composer Jeanine Tesori, staged in its world-premiere production at the Glimmerglass Festival.

In Review: SWELL

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SWELL, a new experimental song cycle by multiple composers and lyricists presented at HERE on July 14, zooms in on deeply personal stories of immigrants and their descendants, Brin Solomon reports.

In Review: Oliver Beer, Vessel Orchestra

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In Vessel Orchestra, now on view at The Met Breuer, the British artist Oliver Beer transforms 32 diverse art objects from the Metropolitan Museum of Art into a curiously harmonious musical instrument.

In Review: Anthony Davis, The Central Park Five

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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.

In Review: Only Connect Festival of Sound

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Peter Margasak reviews Norway's Only Connect Festival of Sound, which for the second time in recent years joined forces this year with Ilan Volkov's omnivorous Tectonics festival.

In Review: Meredith Monk, ATLAS

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Yuval Sharon's Los Angeles Philharmonic revival of Meredith Monk's 'ATLAS,' reviewed by Catherine Womack, reveals a prescient, essential American opera.

In Review: Triptych (Eyes of One on Another)

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Brin Solomon reviews 'Triptych (Eyes of One on Another),' a provocative multimedia work with music by Bryce Dessner, inspired by the art of Robert Mapplethorpe, presented at BAM.