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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 47m
If you care about arts journalism, or any journalism, one constructive thing you can do is to quit Facebook.
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Alex Ross 51m
Indeed. Wayne Bledsoe at gave crucial coverage to Big Ears.
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Alex Ross 56m
I assume that, like me, they're waiting for this weekend's program with Mahler 5 and Glass, which should reveal more than Mahler 5 alone.
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The chain has also cut at the Louisville & arts writers in Memphis, Knoxville
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Vicky Chow 13h
Next week, come hear Satie's Vexations performed 840 times at . I'm in good company.. I'll be playing between the 450-540th time
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The TANK 16h
Special Broadcast: Hear Roomful of Teeth's Unique Concert At 'The Tank'
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Alex Ross 22h
Vexations approchent: My article on the "occult roods of modernism":
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Alex Ross 22h
I'm not sure there's ever been a better one.
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Alex Ross Sep 21
"I didn’t want Leon Klinghoffer to be a martyr, I wanted him to be a mensch." talks to :
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Alex Ross Sep 20
The Cincinnati has laid off veteran critic Jan Gelfand () just as the Music Hall reopens:
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Chelsea Clinton Sep 20
The President shared a GIF of him hitting a golf ball at my mother & I didn't block him (though I did wish he had been focused on the UN).
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Alex Ross Sep 20
Replying to @NewYorker
But Lillian Ross on Kurt Cobain would surely have been livelier than whatever I came up with. A bow of the head to a master of the game.
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Alex Ross Sep 20
Replying to @NewYorker
Some younger staffers were upset when they saw this. "Ross" meant "Lillian." (No relation.) What would she say about the Gen X martyr?
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Alex Ross Sep 20
One of my first pieces for the was an obit for Kurt Cobain. This appeared on the magazine's internal schedule as "Ross/Cobain."
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NYer Page-Turner Sep 20
Lillian Ross, who became a staff writer in 1945, has died at 99:
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Alex Ross Sep 19
Replying to @SamBradshaw10
Ah yes, a masterwork from Prince Charles's Pop Art period.
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Alex Ross Sep 19
Replying to @boulezian
The series adhered to Eisenstein and Pudovkin's principle of non-coincidence of image and sound.
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Alex Ross Sep 19
Replying to @grahamsleight
I believe this is a painting of London in the late Cretaceous period.
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Alex Ross Sep 19
Replying to @alexrossmusic
I tend to forget that this happened, and am again filled with wonderment when I find an HRH Bernstein CD on the shelf.
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