It‘s a thrilling, exhilarating list, masterful in its counterpoint of high adventure and “something for everybody.” Can’t you just taste Alfred Brendel and Matthias Goerne at work on Schubert‘s Die Winterreise? The Berlioz Fantastique re-created with the complicity of Britain’s Theatre de Complicite? (Remember its Shostakovich at UCLA last year?) A new work -- a chamber opera, no less -- by the fabulously gifted Osvaldo Golijov, still riding high after this season‘s Pasion? Monteverdi’s Vespers, with his baroque brass racketing through the new, shiny spaces? Okay, master builders: It‘s your baby now, and a healthy one so far.