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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.
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Alex Ross 14h
And we'll continue to stare at you unnervingly!
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Alex Ross 14h
Indeed!
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Alex Ross 14h
This series is all well and good, yet the blatant neglect of the feline avant-garde is dismaying:
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Allan Kozinn Mar 31
Contemporary musical language meets symphonic tradition in these new works at the New York Philharmonic via
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Steve Smith Mar 29
Some thoughts on Symphomania.
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Alex Ross Mar 29
Recent blog posts, with a Parisian and Boulezian (though not necessarily ) slant:
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Alex Ross Mar 28
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Michael Specter Mar 27
Not to be missed: Daniel Zalewski’s remarkable profile of Lonni Sue Johnson and the nuances of amnesia
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Alex Ross Mar 24
Extraordinary work! And it must have an even greater theatrical intensity in live performance.
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Alex Ross Mar 24
There needs to be an intervention with the mannered film-school-ish direction
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Alex Ross Mar 24
Miscellany: Symphomania, etc.
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Alex Ross Mar 23
Symphomania, a -curated 21st-century-music marathon, begins at the top of the hour:
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Ulysses Reader Mar 23
Not following me?
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Alex Ross Mar 21
Good to see the magisterial blog springing back to life:
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Alex Ross Mar 21
Emphatic congratulations to , the new classical-music editor of the New York Times:
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Finnegans Wake Mar 20
Yes, of course, we all know Anna Livia.
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Alex Ross Mar 17
The Critic and the Maestro:
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Alex Ross Mar 16
Andrew will remembered and celebrated at Chicago's Orchestra Hall on Wednesday night:
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Alex Ross Mar 16
At the top of the hour, will speak to Riccardo Muti about the late and vastly lamented Andrew Patner:
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Zachary Woolfe Mar 6
on the new york youth symphony's censorship controversy:
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