june

At Ojai North, A History Opera Gets Bogged Down in Details, a review

Switchboard Festival Channels Musical Currents, a review

may

Remembering Not To Forget, a review

A New Century Survey, With Some Substance, a review

Ensemble Mise-En Assembles New Sextets, a review

Inbal Segev Offers Four Great Reasons to Program More Music by Women Composers, a review

april

Best New (Old) Group: Quatuor Danel, a review

SFCMP Offers a Mellow Centennial for Lou Harrison, a review

Surveying The Orchestra: Why is the Repertoire So Narrow?, an essay

Prescription Drug Nation Is Just What the Doctor Ordered, a review

I'm inarticulate but enthusiastic about Milton Babbitt in a Danish Public Radio broadcast of the Danish National Orchestra's performance at Davies Symphony Hall

Adès’s Quartets Stack Up Well in Calder Quartet’s Performance, a review

The Nordic Affect Entrances With Unusual, Contemporary Sounds, a review

Violinist Alina Ibragimova and Pianist Cédric Tiberghien Captivate at Herbst, a review

march

The Dizzying World of György Ligeti, a review

S.F. Symphony Premiere of Hindemith Is a Balancing Act, a review

Music Hot Off the Press, a review

february

West Edge's Snapshot II Takes Wide-Angle View of New Opera, a review

Sorrow and Strength in John Adams's Scheherazade.2, a review

The Age-Old Problem of Aging, an essay

Kronos Keeps It Fresh, a review

january

Reich Is Ripe at 80, a review

Local Composers Caught in the Act at West Edge Opera’s Snapshot, a review

Latest SoundBox Lets Audience Fill in the Blanks, a review

Inside Track: Indexical Taps a Youthful Audience in Santa Cruz, a feature