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Michael Cooper
Reporter covering classical music and dance for The New York Times. Previously politics, urban affairs, New York, crime, general mayhem...
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Michael Cooper 7h
Replying to @theresasmets
So we could extend it with fake Puccini fake Paisiello
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Michael Cooper 7h
Replying to @theresasmets
But is it real Paisiello or Puccini's imagination of it?
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Michael Cooper 7h
Replying to @Nicole_Cliffe
But who is Mrs. Danvers?
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Michael Cooper 7h
Replying to @RuthElleson
Exactly! Was there talk of faking that execution too, or was saying "like Palmieri" merely a signal not to listen to any other instructions about faking this one?
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Michael Cooper 11h
Sudden craving for "Tosca" fan fiction: 1. Has anyone completed the cantata she sings offstage in Act II? 2. How about a prequel about Palmieri, the other firing squad victim?
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New York Times Arts 12h
“Mythology means going to the root of everything, and questioning what it means in our time,” said Markus Hinterhäuser, the artistic director of the Salzburg Festival
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Michael Cooper 13h
Raffaella Stroik, a St. Louis ballet dancer, was reported missing after her car was found at a rural Missouri boat ramp via
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Classical.org 14h
"All I can remember is standing there in the wings shaking and being so scared." in 1943, made his conducting debut with , substituting for an ailing Bruno Walter at the very last minute at ! 📷: |
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Michael Cooper 16h
Yes, there will be new opera productions, the Vienna Philharmonic and a host of star soloists. But the next Salzburg Festival will also highlight the music of Pascal Dusapin and George Enescu.
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Michael Cooper 19h
The ⁦Salzburg ⁩ Festival is Planning a Mythic Summer
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New York Times Arts Nov 13
New York City Ballet and other companies revise "The Nutcracker" to address Asian stereotypes
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Michael Cooper Nov 12
The will honor the victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting with a free concert Nov. 27 featuring Itzhak , conducted by Manfred Honeck
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Michael Cooper Nov 12
The son also rises!
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Michael Cooper Nov 10
Replying to @rianwatt
Really intended to tweak the old (and, obviously, outdated) Saul Steinberg view as much as anything — which lots of people alluded to during my visit — but maybe didn’t come across?
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Michael Cooper Nov 10
There was so much good music in Chicago in recent days that a visiting New Yorker could feel quite provincial. Some moments from my trip:
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New York Times Arts Nov 9
It took both of our chief theater critics to face "King Kong." Their reactions? "Ugh" and "aaaaaaaaargh."
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Michael Cooper Nov 8
Listening to on or ? Here’s my look at the ensemble, and Daniel Barenboim
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New York Times Arts Nov 7
The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, led by Daniel Barenboim, wasn't created as a political orchestra, or as an orchestra for peace, he said, but simply as a way to promote dialogue — starting with its own members
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Michael Cooper Nov 8
The ⁦⁩ removes David Daniels from its upcoming “Orlando,” citing the allegations against him
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q Nov 7
New York Times arts reporter is our guest on today’s show. Here’s his article on the Hungarian State Opera and Ballet.
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