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Guitarist Jason Vieaux (center) in performance with the Escher String Quartet.

CD Review: Dance proves an exuberant, exhilarating album from Vieaux, Escher Quartet

Karl Henning | 24 OCT 2019 Guitarist Jason Vieaux and the Escher String Quartet present an engagingly dynamic program whose common thread is homage to and assimilation of Spanish musical tradition. (In this recording, the Escher Quartet is, violinists […]

Kai Riedl and Eric Marty at the control station for their soundscape installation, "Turbulence," in The Shed, which overlooks the Atlanta Beltline at Ponce City Market. (photo: Mark Gresham)

Review: FLUX Projects sounds out Ponce City Market

Mark Gresham | 02 OCT 2019 Ponce City Market was the site for Flux Projects’ FLUX 2019 this past weekend, an event that brought together a total of nine public art projects to explore the character of the 2.1-million […]

Musical team: conductor David Robertson and pianist Orli Shaham. (courtesy of the Sydney Symphony)

CD Review: Orli Shaham gives Mozart a fresh, modern voice

Melinda Bargreen | 19 SEP 2019 Does the world really need another recording of Mozart piano concertos? When the recording is good enough, the answer is “Yes” – as it is in this disc pairing two of Mozart’s most […]

Eclipse Woodwind Quintet. (source: eclipseco.com)

CD Review: “A Warm Day in Winter” showcases music of winsome ease

Karl Henning | 06 SEP 2019 The Naxos Records American Classics Series is unusual, perhaps unique, among presently-active record labels. It has included notable and highly welcome recordings of such classic (in the source sense of time-honored) American composers […]