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Josh Barone
Culture Desk, The New York Times. Send ideas and hate mail to joshua.barone@nytimes.com.
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The New York Times 4h
A Long-Lost Symphonic Love Story Is Told Again
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The way the shepherd's song overlaps with and gives way to the chorus of pilgrims in Act I of Tannhäuser is just heavenly
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Replying to @SophieHaigney
what 90s movie is this
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Josh Barone Nov 16
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Josh Barone Nov 16
I spy, with my little eye, a taste of the "Ring" cycle
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Josh Barone Nov 16
Gyorgy Kurtag, Kaija Saariaho, Julius Eastman, Florence Price — what a week in classical music!
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Josh Barone Nov 16
Replying to @gilbertcruz
I feel attacked
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Josh Barone Nov 16
Extra! Extra! is back on the Julius Eastman beat:
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Josh Barone Nov 16
My dream news service would just be Karita Mattila commenting on the events of the day
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Josh Barone Nov 16
I had no idea that my favorite usher at the Met Opera is an aerialist dancer “trained in ballet but with an interest in fusing acrobatics and modern dance”!
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Josh Barone Nov 16
The great Gyorgy Kurtag’s first opera (he’s 92!) "unfolds with the confidence — the paradoxically unsettled serenity — of his best music.” ’s dispatch from Milan:
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Josh Barone Nov 15
In case we needed a reminder, Elena Ferrante's writing is perfect
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Josh Barone Nov 15
This is a delight to read, from start to finish
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Josh Barone Nov 15
Florence Price has a publisher! Schirmer has acquired her catalog:
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Alex Ross Nov 14
The world première of György Kurtág's Fin de partie will be broadcast live from La Scala tomorrow (via )
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Josh Barone Nov 14
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Josh Barone Nov 13
Literally, there goes the neighborhood
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Josh Barone Nov 13
Not just one, but two singular sensations!
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Josh Barone Nov 12
What does ⁦BP have to do with this???
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Josh Barone Nov 12
Kaija Saariaho’s “Only the Sound Remains” is coming to NYC, and is on it
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