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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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Anthony Tommasini 6h
Review: In ‘Pelléas,’ the Met Opera’s Music Director Takes Charge. Another great performance from Yannick.
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Brian Wise 7h
A new box set devoted to John Cage's 4'33", from Mute Records.
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Michael Cooper 9h
Stride Rite of Spring, for your US audiences
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Jamie Barton 12h
That time you’re singing Sister Helen in and THE Sister Helen Prejean drops in! What an honor to meet this social justice and prison reform hero... WOW!! 😍
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Michael Cooper 13h
More music for those sidelined by the federal shutdown: now is offering complimentary tickets to federal employees who have been furloughed
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Roslyn Sulcas 17h
Carlos Acosta will lead the Birmingham Royal Ballet from 2020. I talked to him about his ideas and Acosta Danza:
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Michael Cooper Jan 15
The which has been locked in difficult labor talks as it seeks to cut the work weeks and pay of , says that as today's deadline passes, it will continue to operate under the old contract while talks continue
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Michael Cooper Jan 15
News: Carnegie Hall’s Contemporary Music Master Will Go to Berkeley
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Michael Cooper Jan 15
Trying to ease shutdown strain, the announced that furloughed federal government employees would be eligible for two free tickets to a concert of their choice
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Michael Cooper Jan 15
"I think he exaggerated, but everybody says no, that’s you," Carol Channing told about the Al Hirschfeld caricature now running with her obit
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Josh Barone Jan 15
The first newsletter by is out! And it’s
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Michael Cooper Jan 15
"...So chatting casually about coming out, bullying and Celine Dion with Mr. Nézet-Séguin and Mr. Tourville was a sign that a new generation is coming to power, one for which sexual orientation is far less fraught...."
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Michael Paulson Jan 15
Carol Channing, R.I.P.
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Michael Cooper Jan 14
Replying to @SopanDeb
Has Cher done "The Cher Show"? And how come Alexander Hamilton never does anything?
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Michael Cooper Jan 14
I'm holding out for OperaCon
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Michael Cooper Jan 14
INBOX: Thomas Dausgaard, who becomes music director of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra next season, will replace Zubin Mehta, who has withdrawn, in concerts Feb. 14–16
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Michael Cooper Jan 14
Sergei Polunin loses a job in Paris after his Instagram posts were criticized as homophobic and misogynistic ("Man should be a man and woman should be a woman"). Others posts praised Trump and hoped "Vladimir Putin would become leader of the world."
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Michael Cooper Jan 13
For diehard Rosenkavalier fans
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Michael Cooper Jan 12
Replying to @taffyakner
Vertigo (but in a creepy way)
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Michael Paulson Jan 11
It’s now intermission at in Puerto Rico. The entire show had to pause when made his entrance — he was given a standing ovation upon arrival.
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