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Alex Ross
Music critic of The New Yorker, author of The Rest Is Noise and Listen to This, husband of the director of Gayby.
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Alex Ross 7h
Though he has grave reservations about the retrograde tonal elements in Rothko Chapel
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Alex Ross 7h
Is this a new conceptual piece by Johannes Kreidler?
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Judah Adashi Apr 24
Enjoyed sharing 's clip of the Maestro singing "Dido's Lament" in my class this morning!
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Finnegans Wake Apr 23
Weepon, weeponder, song of sorrowmon!
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Alex Ross Apr 23
A music blog continues to exist:
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Alex Ross Apr 20
In this week's , a Belgian column: Pascal Dusapin's Penthesilea in Brussels, Herreweghe in Gent
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Alex Ross Apr 19
Wish I could have been there! Perhaps I can do "Extremes of Wagnerian Perversion" another year...
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Alex Ross Apr 19
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Alex Ross Apr 18
Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht, no less
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Alex Ross Apr 17
Live stream of rehearsals for R. B. Schlather's production of Handel's Orlando: More:
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Alex Ross Apr 17
"The obsession with virtual content has turned streaming into flooding," writes :
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Alex Ross Apr 17
New books by EMP presenters (omitted: 's The First Collection of Criticism By A Living Female Rock Critic):
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Alex Ross Apr 17
Happy to see a Julius Eastman talk on this year's EMP Pop Conference schedule:
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Alex Ross Apr 16
Alan Gilbert's Royal Philharmonic Society lecture:
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Alex Ross Apr 16
A fascinating excerpt from 's book about Orson Welles's The Other Side of the Wind, in Vanity Fair:
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Michael Cooper Apr 15
Some NY cultural leaders will not like the new book by a former president. I got an early look:
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Alex Ross Apr 15
My avant-viol trio, the Utopian Fantasists, can open for you.
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Alex Ross Apr 15
I'll have another go at it—it's been years since I listened. Intermezzo is for me the neglected marvel.
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Alex Ross Apr 15
Friedenstag is, however, beyond rescue, although Peter Konwitschny came close in Dresden in 1995.
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Michael Monroe Apr 15
Siegfried’s coming to Boston in just 11 days. Not every day a youth orchestra plays Wagner on this scale:
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