With the Something to Write Home About program, Spektral invites concertgoers to join the creative process.
The Tallis Scholars lead this year’s winning recordings, taking home both Recording of the Year and the Choral Award for the finale of their 34-year Josquin recording project.
The Chicago Tribune takes a dive into how local arts groups are doing generally, and digital programming.
Peter Phillips and composer Nico Muhly discuss Josquin and his significance.
Narrow Sea, featuring music by Caroline Shaw performed by Sō Percussion, Dawn Upshaw, and Gilbert Kalish, was named a best of 2021 (so far) at BBC Music Mag.
Vox Luminis’ recording of Biber’s Requiem is an essential listen at Gramophone mag.
Sō Percussion’s latest collaboration with Buke & Gase is being praised for its “rich energy of cross-fertilization.”
The Crossing’s performance of Eriks Esenvald’s Earth Teach Me Quiet, is named among the New York Times “25 Best Classical Music Tracks of 2020.”
The Tallis Scholars’ newest recording of Josquin Desprez’s Masses is an Editor’s Choice at Limelight magazine.
Sō Percussion’s Jason Treuting brings the chordstick and more to Swift’s highly acclaimed second release of 2020.