Source: a closer listen.
The elegant hues of modern composition make the genre a perfect match for fall. Orchestras bloom like full-spectrum trees; piano notes fall like individual leaves. As ambassadors to the moss and dirt, these leaves nourish the next generation. The songs and symphonies of centuries past continue to resound.
The harvest is rich this year. For the past two years, composers have been putting pen to paper, hands to keys, hoping to introduce their works to the world; and now their time has come. From solo artists to ensembles, these artists are dusting off their tuxes, waiting for the curtain to open. We hope that you’ll enjoy this early taste of the season’s freshest crops, hand-selected for your listening pleasure!