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.

In Review: Hildegard Competition Concert

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Alyssa Kayser-Hirsh reviews the 2019 Hildegard Competition Concert, including premieres by the three winners as well as works by six finalists, presented on June 4 at National Sawdust.

In Review: Kelly Moran

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Kelly Moran extended the capacity of the piano – though alterations, electronics, and visual complements – in a concert at Roulette, reviewed by Rebecca S. Lentjes.

In Review: The Stonewall Operas

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The Stonewall Riots, with their mythic aspects and contemporary resonances, inspired four brief new operas presented by NYU and American Opera Projects, reviewed by Brin Solomon.

In Review: ONE Festival

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At the 2019 ONE Festival mounted by Opera Omaha in April, individual vision combined with collaborative effort to create a broad range of successful, memorable experiences, Xenia Hanusiak reports.

In Review: The Handmaid's Tale

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Olivia Giovetti responds to a new Boston Lyric Opera presentation of 'The Handmaid's Tale,' the Poul Ruders opera based on Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel, in an eerily timely site-specific production.

In Review: Attacca Quartet

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Even when it's played in a literal crypt, the music of Caroline Shaw as played by the Attacca Quartet provides sensations of vitality and joy, related in a review by Rebecca S. Lentjes.

In Review: A Premiere by Songs of Solomon

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Brin Solomon reviews a powerful new oratorio-in-progress by Tracy K. Smith and Aaron Siegel, based on Civil War-era letters sent by African American soldiers and their families, as performed by Songs of Solomon.

In Review: David T. Little Composer Portrait

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Olivia Giovetti reviews a Miller Theatre Composer Portrait devoted to music by David T. Little, in which Third Coast Percussion and ACME played works that grappled with clandestine policy and personal accountability.

In Review: Lorelei Ensemble

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Boston's Lorelei Ensemble, presented by Sacred Music in a Sacred Space and reviewed by Lana Norris, presented a vocal program that illuminated the parallel and entwined sacred journeys of the earth and human beings.