In today’s eclectically-aural world, rarely is a reviewer afforded the opportunity to rectify the misguided judgments of music’s past. Indeed,..
Track premiere: Luciform by Mario Diaz de Leon feat. Claire Chase
Lankhoorn performs Moore’s Dances and Canons
Capturing the Past: Bruce Levingston’s Heavy Sleep
Experiential Soundscapes: Jessica Meyer’s Sounds of Being
Richard Carrick Cycles of Evolution (New World Records)
Vivaldi After Dark: The Sebastians Night Scenes from the Ospedale
Christopher Cerrone Invisible Cities on The Industry
Nico Muhly’s Two Boys on Nonesuch
yMusic’s Balance Problems: Unveiling the Intimacy of Chamber Music
Dublin Guitar Quartet Performs Glass on Guitars
Following up his 2009 debut album, Enter Houses Of (on John Zorn’s Tzadik label), Minnesota-born composer Mario Diaz de Leon is back on..
Solo pianist Bruce Levingston‘s Heavy Sleep, released this year on the Sono Luminus label, carries a conceit of heritage and..
The debate between absolute and programmatic music has been a point of contention for several centuries. Much of the classical..