Gramophone's Donald Rosenberg pens a rave review of Dehlinger's At That Hour in the February 2021 issue. Sung by Danielle Talamantes and Kerry Wilkerson, "The songs are diverse in atmosphere and harmonic language... and the writing is rich, often rapturous, as voices and piano meld with urgent purpose." Read the full review.
Hailed by Gramophone as "a master of myriad styles," American composer Henry Dehlinger is helping shape the landscape of contemporary classical music with his oeuvre of "rich, often rapturous" vocal, chamber, and orchestral works.
A noted musicologist calls him, "one of the most successful practitioners of polystylism, a distinctly 21st-century musical style." Audiophile Audition describes his works as “stunningly superb,” and Gramophone calls them "finely honed Dehlinger mini-dramas."
“a master of myriad styles”
— Gramophone, February 2021
— Donald Rosenberg, Gramophone
At That Hour
Art Songs by Henry Dehlinger
A superlative showcase of Dehlinger's craftsmanship as a composer and Danielle Talamantes and Kerry Wilkerson's breathtaking vocal talent.