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CD Review: “Archetypes” – a lucky constellation

GIORGIO KOUKL | 30 JUL 2021 Carl Gustav Jung, the Swiss psychoanalyst defined the twelve archetypes at the beginning of the 20th century. As he defined them: “These archetypes are imprinted and hardwired into our psyches.” Trying to define […]

Jay Hunter Morris as Macheath in The Threepenny Opera and Megan Marino as Carmen in The Threepenny Carmen. (photos: Ken Howard / The Atlanta Opera)

The Atlanta Opera releases film versions of its Spring 2021 productions

EarRelevant Staff | 23 JUL 2021 ATLANTA, GA— Home audiences will soon have opportunity to see The Atlanta Opera‘s two opera productions from Spring 2021 with the August release of film versions of both The Threepenny Carmen and The […]

Antioch Chamber Ensemble, Joshua Copeland, director. (antiochchamberensemble.org)

CD Review: Choral music of Robert Kyr shines in new album by Antioch Chamber Ensemble

Melinda Bargreen | 15 July 2021 for EarRelevant The arrival of a new recording from the highly regarded Antioch Chamber Ensemble, now in its 24th season with founding conductor Joshua Copeland, is always a noteworthy event for choral fans […]

The City of Tomorrow (credit: Tarina Westlund)

CD Review: The City of Tomorrow shows off skill and musicianship in “Blow”

GIORGIO KOUKL | 21 JUN 2021 Franco Donatoni (1927-2000) with his fifteen-minute composition, Blow, is the name-giver for this CD, which also contains the world premiere recording of Leander and Hero by American composer Hannah Lash and Memoria by […]