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Music critic of The New Yorker, author of The Rest Is Noise and Listen to This. Blog:
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Will Robin 16h
This is legitimately one of the worst articles I have read about anything, ever.
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Alex Ross 11h
Replying to @seatedovation
I like the bit about Wagner not being a box-office hit. How foolish of the Met to put on 329 Wagner performances between 1884 and 1891!
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Alex Ross Apr 21
If you rehearse your talk, you can also avoid stumbling through it as if it's just been shoved under your nose, à la Shostakovich circa 1960
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Alex Ross Apr 20
Arthur Russell by , 2017 edition:
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Alex Ross Apr 20
Replying to @moderncomp
The Case of the Second Sound: A Wandelweiser Mystery
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Alex Ross Apr 19
Replying to @DES_Toronto
For better or worse, the performance took place at Walt Disney Concert Hall, not at Disneyland.
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Alex Ross Apr 19
A trace of the Reykjavík Festival lingered in Benedikt Kristjánsson's pure, plaintive Benedictus, and, perhaps, in one or two droning basses
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Alex Ross Apr 19
A tremendous B-minor Mass at Disney last night. The Bachakademie's US tour ends tonight with the St. John in OC:
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Alex Ross Apr 19
A happy tenth blog birthday to Mark Berry, one of our finest and deepest-thinking music critics:
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Alex Ross Apr 18
"I'm going to be working for you. I'm not going to have time to go play golf."
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hua hsu Apr 18
I wrote about Alice Coltrane's totally magical and rarely heard ashram tapes for this week's
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Alex Ross Apr 17
Harpsichords should always be heard on a hair-extension stage. (Part of the monumental Disney Hall installation by Shoplifter.)
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Alex Ross Apr 17
Tim Mangan on the Reykjavík Festival. Yes, that was the Leifs Requiem at the beginning of the concert—the tvisöngur was cut for time.
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Alex Ross Apr 16
Voice of the Century (from 2009)
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Alex Ross Apr 15
As an altar boy at Greek Orthodox Easter services, I received early training in learning to appreciate static musical structures.
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Alex Ross Apr 15
Χριστός ἀνέστη!
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The New Yorker Apr 15
The Fast—& Furious—has reached Installment number Eight— In which the vital word of Fast Has been replaced by—Fate.
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Alex Ross Apr 15
Ominous weather in LA on the Day of Leifs...
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Alex Ross Apr 15
Excited for the Sex and Character musical that's going to hit Broadway next year!
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Alex Ross Apr 15
Is there anything I can't do? Superhero comics, UK dance hits, breaking news about outlying Nordic modernists...
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