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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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stuart emmrich 6h
This terrific ⁦⁩ profile of the opera director Philippe Jordan not only makes me miss NY but also makes me think I should book a trip to Vienna in 2020
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Michael Cooper Apr 20
Asked what 5 minutes would make you fall in love with the piano, I chose the heartbreak of Scott Joplin’s ‘Solace,” played by William Appling. Listen here. What would you choose?
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
He's a second-generation Wagner conductor. He's about to leave one storied opera company, , for another, the grand Vienna State Opera. And this spring is the lord of the "Ring" . My look at Philippe Jordan:
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Zachary Woolfe Apr 19
We asked writers, editors and artists we admire: What music would you share with friends to make them fall in love with the piano?
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
An arbitrator ruled the overstepped when it fired two males dancers after they were accused of sharing sexually explicit texts of female dancers
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
Replying to @coopnytimes
UPDATED: with my story
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
An arbitrator ruled the overstepped when it fired two males dancers after they were accused of sharing sexually explicit texts of female dancers
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
On being the lord of the "Ring"
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Bruce MacDonald Apr 19
“Hoy-yo-TOE-hoe” Most excellent -> "At the Met, shortly after his Valkyrie diction lesson, he found himself leading a rehearsal of “Siegfried” one morning without his baritone — so he gamely sang some of the lines himself."
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
Replying to @coopnytimes
City Ballet said that Mr. Ramasar plans to return to the company and that "as a condition of his reinstatement, the arbitrator has ordered that he undergo counseling on the standards for his conduct."
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
BREAKING: An arbitrator has order to reinstate Amar Ramasar and Zachary Catazaro, who were fired for sharing sexually-explicit texts. Mr. Catazaro said that he "decided to respectfully decline my reinstatement."
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Michael Cooper Apr 19
He's a second-generation Wagner conductor. He's about to leave one storied opera company, , for another, the grand Vienna State Opera. And this spring is the lord of the "Ring" . My look at Philippe Jordan:
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Michael Cooper Apr 18
Excruciating suspense: will I be able to download the Mueller report before the main cabin door is closed in a few minutes?
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Michael Cooper Apr 18
Why is gay composer’s partner being erased from his foundation’s name? via
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Jamie Barton Apr 16
Can’t believe I get to do the iconic Last Night at the Proms!!!!! Hope you can join us at in London this September – it promises to be a gay old time!! 🇬🇧🏳️‍🌈
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Michael Cooper Apr 17
That was sudden: just announced that “Daniel Kramer is to step down as ENO’s Artistic Director at the end of July...”
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Michael Cooper Apr 16
Replying to @HeldenMommy
Tulsa, Oklahoma! And they may; it’s darker than Nibelheim in here....
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Michael Cooper Apr 16
Continuing my year of Wagnerian tipples, after interviewing ⁦⁩ at Valhalla, a Hell’s Kitchen bar
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Michael Cooper Apr 15
Ellen Reid, who won the Pulitzer Prize for music for “p r I s m,” her a piece exploring sexual assault, and surviving it, told me that the subject was so painful that at times she didn’t want to finish it.
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