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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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David Robertson discusses a particularly eerie page of Adams's Gospel, which the brings to Carnegie on Friday
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Alex Ross Mar 26
It's not news that the Nazis admired US race laws and the genocide of Native Americans, but it bears repeating:
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Alex Ross Mar 25
That last tweet referring to an imminent performance of 's "A wave and waves" at :
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Andy Bliss Mar 25
. dare accepted. I see your Pisaro request and raise you 100 musicians ;)
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Alex Ross Mar 25
Good to hear! I have dozens of scores from them, some signed by Alan Civil, Anthony Milner, Howard Ferguson.
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Alex Ross Mar 25
Oh no, Harold Moores has closed? Please tell me Travis & Emery is OK...
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Alex Ross Mar 25
Miscellany: Bob Hurwitz, Tony Conrad, etc.
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Alex Ross Mar 24
The Spring for Music festival is reincarnated as SHIFT, at the Kennedy Center. Advance musings from :
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Alex Ross Mar 24
Looking forward to a conversation with Will Robin at on Tuesday afternoon:
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Alex Ross Mar 24
"Agitated and loud, doggedly metronomic," says of Jaap van Zweden's Brahms Second in Dallas.
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Ulysses Reader Mar 24
SAD
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Alex Ross Mar 24
In the rush to download the Iceland album I overlooked your essay, Steve. Will read!
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Ulysses Reader Mar 24
-Whose land? Mr Bloom said simply.
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Alex Ross Mar 24
With Deborah Borda moving back east, the LA Phil seeks a new leader. They may not need to look outside the building.
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Will Robin Mar 24
I wrote about the late, great Tony Conrad
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Alex Ross Mar 24
A playlist. Listening now to George Lewis's happily dizzying Born Obbligato:
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Alex Ross Mar 23
The LA Phil in 1994: "If we pursue a clear artistic direction, people will become more passionate about what we do."
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Alex Ross Mar 23
The Gig Economy Celebrates Working Yourself to Death, by :
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Alex Ross Mar 23
Memo to the LA Phil: change nothing.
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Alex Ross Mar 23
I agree, though, that Borda has a tougher job at NY Phil. The big issue is: does the orchestra want to change?
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