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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. Blog:
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Alex Ross 11h
Can men conduct? Evidence is mixed.
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Alex Ross 15h
Addendum to blog post: Hans Abrahamsen's let me tell you is about to be heard at the Proms and on :
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Alex Ross 16h
Recent blog activity: on Kurtág's Endgame, playlist, etc.
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Alex Ross Aug 26
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Finnegans Wake Aug 26
Hee haw!
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Alex Ross Aug 26
I'm glad you agree! A provocative claim on my part, admittedly, one that may not go unchallenged.
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Alex Ross Aug 26
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Alex Ross Aug 26
The complete program of the Carlsbad Music Festival (), beginning tonight:
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Alex Ross Aug 24
Because it's a nonsensical muddle devoid of Wagnerian relevance (I suffered through it to the end).
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Alex Ross Aug 24
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The Arcades Project Aug 24
Under the term 'opera', I comprehend all choreographic exercises, including those of the rifle and the censer.
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William Cheng Aug 23
LRADs can broadcast voices and music but alarm tone most common. Also: piece "When Music Is Violence"
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Alex Ross Aug 23
We've all seen Nightmare on Elm Street 14: Freddy's Chamber Music Society.
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Alex Ross Aug 23
Leading concert halls received much criticism when they removed restrooms from the premises, but it was a necessary measure.
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Alex Ross Aug 23
"A classical music concert can be quite scary where you can’t make much noise, you can’t go to the loo..." !
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Alex Ross Aug 22
On John Adams's website, a synopsis of his next opera, Girls of the Golden West: (via )
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Alex Ross Aug 22
Mark Swed on Stockhausen's Carré at the Ruhrtriennale:
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Alex Ross Aug 21
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Alex Ross Aug 20
I'm very up-to-date with the latest lingo.
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Alex Ross Aug 20
The 's Russell Platt on 's marvelous, mildly Beethovenian new concerto, The Blind Bannister:
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