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Alex Ross
Music critic of The New Yorker, author of The Rest Is Noise and Listen to This. Blog:
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Alex Ross 2h
Drown out the inauguration with the sublime rage of Julius Eastman, the black gay genius of maximal minimalism
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Alex Ross 2h
Not that I can see. But the story was mentioned this morning at Perry's hearing.
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Alex Ross 3h
Report: Trump plans to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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Alex Ross 17h
Sunset soundscape at the Taj Mahal:
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Alex Ross 19h
I meant "ars longa," of course! Sleepless in Jaipur...
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Alex Ross 19h
I don't mind in the least! Ars brevis, etc.
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Alex Ross Jan 18
Censer-swinging contest
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David Allen Jan 16
"Play," played.
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Alex Ross Jan 18
My pick for this week is Ashley Fure's Bound to the Bow, a roiling orchestration of Coleridge's albatross:
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Alex Ross Jan 18
Julius Eastman, or, the bonfire of the teleologies
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emily nussbaum Jan 16
Tragedy Plus Time, my essay on how jokes won the election:
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Alex Ross Jan 16
In this week's , a column on Julius Eastman
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Alex Ross Jan 16
I'll be appearing next weekend at the Jaipur Literature Festival (), in the company of :
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TSW Jan 15
MLK Jr in 1966: "Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhuman...."
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Jeffrey Toobin Jan 15
Kevin Starr was a great man and a great historian.
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Alex Ross Jan 15
Obviously not.
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The Arcades Project Jan 14
Every bird which flies has the thread of the infinite in its claw.
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Will Robin Jan 13
PLAY 😳😳😳 sounded fantastic (also fwiw, more young people here than I've ever seen at any symphony concert ever)
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Alex Ross Jan 12
Their 2010 Kullervo prompted an overstatement I do not regret...
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Alex Ross Jan 12
Another welcome Sibelius release: Osmo Vänskä and the Minnesota's spellbinding Kullervo
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